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Sala masinilor a navei de razboi Republica in Tulcea
Romania
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Tags: tulcea; frigate; fregatte; fregata; nava; razboi; war; ship; schiff; krieg; kriegsschiff; dampf; aburi; steam; zbaturi; republica; republik; engine room; engines; maschinenraum; sala; masinilor; motoarelor
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