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Village Zarechnoye, street named lieutenant Vyedyayeva
Ukraine

Ukraine, Sumy region, Trostyanets area, village Zarechnoye, street named lieutenant Vyedyayeva. The road that leads to the river, passing through the main street of the village.

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