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Church of Christ Resurrection. Entrance
Ukraine
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Foros church
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Forosskaya Cerkov
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Church of Christ Resurrection
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Foros church
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Prime Yalta Rally-2011. Resurrection Church
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Foros Park. A pond in the park
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Озеро возле села Орлиное 1
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Lake near Village Orlinoe 3
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Boruca
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Marvin del Cid
Hatillo Cave
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Dubrovnik from mount Srdj
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Wurmberg Ski Jump
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Melek-Chesme Mound. In the burial vault
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Jangul landmark. Stone wall
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Bike-Show. Nakhimov Square
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Tepe-Kermen. Lower caves
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Chufut-Kale. Near south gates
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Su-Ata valley. In spring
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Genoese Fortress. On fortress walls
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Coasts of Beregovoye. A beach
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Chigenitra landmark. Descent into the ravine
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Yalta Embankment. Yachts near the wharf
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Canyon of Chernaya river. Above the river
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