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Manor "VESELIVKA." Poltava. Ukraine.
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Finca in Ukrainian style "Veselivka" is located in the village between the towns of Poltava Veselivka and Dykanka.

Copyright: Yevgenii Kryvenko
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Uploaded: 09/06/2013
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: усадьба; Веселивка; украина; Полтава; Весела Садиба; ресторан; украинская усадьба; restaurant; mansion; manor ukrainian; poltava; ukraine
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