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Spring in Tautkaiciai
Lithuania

Tautkaičiai – kaimas Marijampolės savivaldybėje, 6 km į pietus nuo Sasnavos, greta kelio Kaunas-Marijampolė. Seniūnaitijos centras. Yra Sasnavos mokyklos skyrius, biblioteka

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Taken: 04/03/2012
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Tags: spring; sky; country; lithuana; village; tautkaiciai; river; grass
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