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Berezniki, View from the Mountain 2
Ukraine
Красивая горная местность, в низу находится село Березники, Закарпатье, Большие сугробы, чистый воздух, великолепный пейзаж.
Copyright: Тараненко Алексей
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Geüpload: 20/02/2012
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