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Двор в Московском районе
St. Petersburg

The yard next to Varshavskaya 96 builging 178, in Moskovskiy district of Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Where are some blocks of flats around it. Photographed on 11 May 2012.

Copyright: Sergey Erushin
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