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Near the construction site of new stadium

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Near the construction site of new stadium in Lviv November 1, 2010. This stadium will host the UEFA Euro 2012. You can see installation of the second block of the stadium roof structure.

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A: Near the construction site of new stadium

by Bohdan Repetylo, 240 meters away

 Near the construction site of new stadium in Lviv November 1, 2010. This stadium will host the UEFA ...

Near the construction site of new stadium

B: Arena Lviv Stadium

by Arena Lviv Stadium, 450 meters away

View from south parking of stadium's area

Arena Lviv Stadium

C: Garages "Druzhba"

by Ostap Ferensovich, 5.4 km away

Garages "Druzhba"

D: Lvov, Stryisky Park

by Pavel Suprun, 5.8 km away

Lvov, Stryisky parkshot at 2010-03-02, Canon 350D, Canon USM 10-22, <a href='http://jam.nodalninja...

Lvov, Stryisky Park

E: Lvov, Stryiski park

by Pavel Suprun, 6.0 km away

Lvov, Western Ukraine, Feb 2010.Canon 350, Canon 10-22, <a href='

Lvov, Stryiski park

F: Courtyard in Lviv

by Max Gayduchok, 6.7 km away

Courtyard in Lviv

G: Citadel Tower

by Bohdan Repetylo, 6.7 km away

Citadel Tower

H: Gate of the citadel

by Bohdan Repetylo, 6.7 km away

Gate of the citadel

J: Beneath the citadel. Lviv.

by Alexandr Sled, 6.7 km away

Beneath the citadel. Lviv.

This panorama was taken in L'viv, Europe

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