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Pond Capricorn - Warszawa Wlochy
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Capricorn pond created on the old clay pits in the Wlochy. Before World War II was mined here for firing clay bricks. Since 1951, Wlochy was officially merged with them to Warsaw as one of the settlements Ochota. Since 2002, Wlochy is one of the 18 districts of Warsaw.

Copyright: Rafal tarnas
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Uploaded: 19/02/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: nature; natura; miasto; city; polska; poland; warsaw; warszawa-wlochy; staw koziorozca; staw; pond; kaczki; duck; sphere; panorama; 360; sfera
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