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Trypilske kolo
Ukraine

Photo was made in 2009 during ethno festival on the hills of Dnipro river in Rzyschiv not far from Kyiv. Young people have an open-air rest, listen to the music also can dance and make little performances themselves.

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Uploaded: 29/10/2009
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Tags: festival; outdoors; music; summer
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