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Vladivostok, Shamora, Azure Bay, Steep Cape #3
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Vladivostok, Shamora, Azure Bay, Steep Cape #3. 'Lazurnaya Bukhta' means Azure Bay. "Krutoi Mys" means 'Steep Cape'.

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Uploaded: 26/09/2011
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Tags: vladivostok; shamora; azure bay; steep cape; japan sea
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