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Yaroslavl river-boat station.
Yaroslavl

A lot of tourists start their visit of Yaroslavl city here. A huge part of a city - ancient town is a UNESCO heritage. Volga embankment is very popular place among the citizens and tourists.

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Tags: yaroslavl; russia; river; volga river; beach; summer; water; green grass; sun; port; boat; big motor ship
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