The wild camp on Lukomlskoe Lake
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The wild camp on Lukomlskoe Lake

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The wild camp on Lukomlskoe lake. In spite of Novolukoml city and electrical plant on the opposite side this place is very popular among people who like fishing breams and pikes or just taking a rest in the forest picking berries and mushrooms. Novolukoml is rather exception because places around are completely wild with plenty of animals like deers, wolfs, wild pigs, elks and many other species ... I've also seen reptiles - lizards, vipers and grass snakes.

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