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trout farm
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Trout farm on the river Borzhava. Visitors can fish out a trout, which will to fry for them right away. Or you can cook it yourself on the grill: fish, kebabs, bacon, potatoes. Picnic will be successful! Village Bronka of Irshava district, Zakarpatye region, Ukraine. Spring, May...

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Tags: mountain; trout; farm; picnic; river; karpaty; nature
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