Organ Hall in Uchunju-Hosar cave
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Organ Hall in Uchunju-Hosar cave

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Organ Hall in the cave of Uchunju-Hosar (Yolochka).

This panorama is a 3-nd part of the interactive speleotour http://4sport.ua/media?id=16257

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