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Once here there was a lake
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That you see in this photo - the pity rests is no time a deep pond in which planted carps. Now it has almost grown, and the place of fish in it was occupied with various dust. However even now here the ducks occasionally fly, trying to find to itself food.

Copyright: Alexander glagolev
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Caricate: 13/04/2010
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