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Playground at the cafe "Millennium"
Ukraine

One of the most popular places to walk with your child - children's playground in the center of the city on Pushkin Boulevard.

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Tags: детские площадки донецк; парки донецка; миллениум донецк; doneck playgrounds; parks; donetsk; donetsk millennium
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