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With its loophole Austrian commander could visually monitor defile (mountain pass) near Mount Malyavka, Mykolayiv and bridges over the Dniester, and controll artillery fire.

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A: Casemate of artillery positions

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B: Ruins of church

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C: Castle ruins

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D: Viking Bay

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E: Near the construction site of new stadium

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F: Near the construction site of new stadium

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G: Arena Lviv Stadium

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H: Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport

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I: Garages "Druzhba"

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J: Lvov, Stryisky Park

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