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Ruins of church in a round floor 02

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Руины церкви в Круглом Поле находятся на территории садового общества "Ивушка" недалеко от реки Кама.Скорее всего востонаввливатся не будит.

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  • Emily Nelson 5 months ago
    Very cool picture! What interesting ruins.
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