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Night at citie's fountain at Vichevyj majdan
Ukraine

Вечір на Вічевому майдані. Мешканці міста біля центрального фонтану

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Tags: ivano-frankivs'k; stanislaw; Івано-Франківськ; fountain; фонтан; вечір; evening
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