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Flying lights in Khabarovsk
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Запуск летающих фонариков в Хабаровске на день города, перед фейерверком. Хабаровск основан 31 мая 1858 года, в 2012-м году отмечается 154-я годовщина образования города.

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Tags: Хабаровск; праздник; день города; khabarovsk. russia; amur; river
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