The fountain near the Ukrainian Drama Theater

And here we were at the Donetsk National Academic Ukrainian Musical Drama Theatre, the creative biography which began in 1927.

Donetsk city is particularly famous for its many fountains. In each area, in all the parks - such abundance you will not see in any other city of Ukraine!

Оfficial site: muzdrama.dn.ua

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Uploaded: 25/04/2013
Updated: 04/04/2014


Tags: фонтан; драмтеатр; украинский драм театр; донецк; фонтаны донецка; fountain; dramatic; ukrainian drama theatre; donetsk; donetsk fountains
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