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Khortytsia, Balka Generalka
Ukraine

View from Khortytsia island onto Staryi Dnieper river. From this steep of Generalka gully there is a view onto cliffs of right river's bank and Baburka district of Zaporizhia city.

In down-stream direction there is Preobrazhensky bridge, which connects Khortytsia island with right bank of Dnieper.

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Copyright: Anton kalkasov
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送信日: 25/09/2009
更新日: 18/09/2014
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Tags: khortytsia; 2008; ukraine; zaporizhia; dnepr
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