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Museum Hotel Farm Gogol.
Ukraine

The yard of the museum-hotel "Gogol's Farm" is located in a. Mhar. The museum is decorated in traditional style based on M.V.Gogolya produced. The museum is a great place holiday on the beautiful banks of the River Psyol.

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