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Music Park
Ukraine

Music Park - one of the business cards of Donetsk, which became popular immediately after opening!

Music Park opened in 2011 and is adjacent to the memorial "Your liberators, Donbass». New landscape attracts attention for its variety of sculptures (The author is a family of sculptors Beraud and Oleg Shein), a fountain and music of famous classics.


Full virtual tour: http://thereart.com/bero?1

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Uploaded: 17/07/2013
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Tags: парки; музыкальный парк; беро; георгий беро; донецк; донбасс
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