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The ruins with a basement
Ukraine

Panorama was taken on a big hill on which stood an old house collapsed barn. Peering inside, we realized that the hill - it's a place for the basement. I wonder why you need a large basement?

The answer is unknown to us ...

Copyright: Ukraine
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Uploaded: 27/04/2013
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Tags: треш; панорамы интересных мест; развалины; trash; panorama of interesting places; ruins
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