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Каменная могила
Ukraine
Каменная могила расположена недалеко от посёлка Мирное Мелитопольского района и представляет собой нагромождение камней площадью около 30 000 кв. метров и высотой до 12 метров.
Copyright: Sergey litvinenko
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Uploaded: 20/01/2012
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: каменная; могила; Музей; Скульптура; камни; нагромождение
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