Sculpture sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''
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Sculpture sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

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Oksana sculpture at the sanatorium "Kvitka Polonyny" in the village Solochin, Svaliava district, Transcarpathian region. Ukraine.                                                                                                                                                  

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A: The green lawn of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

by O.Petrovich, 60 meters away

The green lawn of the sanatorium "Kvitka Polonyny" in the village Solochin, Svaliava district, Transc...

The green lawn of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

B: Sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

by O.Petrovich, 80 meters away

The beautiful territory of sanatorium "Kvitka Polonyny" in the village Solochin, Svaliava district, T...

Sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

C: balkon of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

by O.Petrovich, 150 meters away

The view from the balcony of the Suzorie building of the sanatorium Kvitka Polonyny in the village So...

balkon of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

D: The park of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

by O.Petrovich, 160 meters away

The unique trees and shrubs in park of sanatorium "Kvitka Polonyny" in the village Solochin, Svaliava...

The park of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

E: The walkway along the river in park of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

by O.Petrovich, 190 meters away

Alley for walks along the river Pinya in the park of sanatorium "Kvitka Polonyny" in the village Solo...

The walkway along the river in park of sanatorium ''Kvitka Polonyny''

F: The river Pinya near of sanatorium Kvitka Polonyny

by O.Petrovich, 210 meters away

The river Pinya near of sanatorium "Kvitka Polonyny" in the village Solochin, Svaliava district, Tran...

The river Pinya near of sanatorium Kvitka Polonyny

G: half way to mountain

by O.Petrovich, 880 meters away

View the village Solochin with half-way to the mountain from a height of 330 meters above sea level. ...

half way to mountain

H: Top of mountain-skiing descent Golubinoe

by O.Petrovich, 1.1 km away

View on villages Golubinoe and Solochin from top of mountain in height of 385 metres above sea level....

Top of mountain-skiing descent Golubinoe

I: The picnic on mountain top

by O.Petrovich, 3.7 km away

Picnic on a mountain top in the spring. Height is 745 meters above sea level. Villages Holubyno and N...

The picnic on mountain top

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