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Sparklers in Rostokino
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Me and Ann having fun with sparklers in the park near Rostokino aqueduct. Besides us, on the panorama you can see several famous landmarks: the sculpture "Worker and Kolkhoz Woman" (Rabochiy i Kolhoznitsa), Ostankino TV tower, Rostokino aqueduct and an obelisque (stele) to 400 years of the Second People's militia that was formed in 1611–1612 during the Russo-Polish War of 1605–1618.

Copyright: Anton grinevskiy
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Uploaded: 06/01/2013
Updated: 21/02/2014
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Tags: sparklers; aqueduct; fireworks; people; rostokino; russia; yauza; winter; new; year; бенгальские; огни; праздник; яуза; Новый год; Москва; ростокино; акведук
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