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Sakura in Uzhgorod
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Late April and early May depending on weather the ancient charming Uzhgorod offers you a chance to enjoy a breathtaking view of blooming sakura which is normally associated with Japan only. Those are the days when the city turns into the blooming garden filled with fantastic aroma.

Copyright: Bohdan Repetylo
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送信日: 29/04/2012
更新日: 15/09/2014
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Tags: sacura; flower; blooms; street; spring
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