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Church of Christ Resurrection. Entrance
Ukraine
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Foros church
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Forosskaya Cerkov
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Church of Christ Resurrection
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Foros church
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Prime Yalta Rally-2011. Resurrection Church
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Foros Park. A pond in the park
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sanatoriy Foros i park
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Lake near Village Orlinoe 1
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Lake near Village Orlinoe 3
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Lake near Village Orlinoe 2
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Sandhamn, Stockholm's Archipelago
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Municipal Market, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Casa D.Secchiaroli via Vincenzo Borghini Firenze
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Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta a Clusone (BG) - Italy
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Ukraine, крым. Settlement Solnechnogorsky
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Cape Meganom. On a narrow path
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Great Mithridates Staircase. On the stairs
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Karabi-Yayla. Tourists
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Tepe-Kermen. Path to caves
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Cape Aya. Near the first "Sail"
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Great Mithridates Staircase. Way up
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Coasts of Beregovoye. Way to precipices
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Cape Chameleon. View of Mertvaya Bay
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Cembalo Fortress. Defensive tower
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The Holy Valley. Church of St.John
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Yalta Grand Prix-2010. Watching the race
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Cape Fiolent. Boundless sea
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