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Center of city Smela (fountain)
Ukraine

Центр города Смела, возле фонтана, перед городским советом, декабрь 2011 года.

Смела (укр. Сміла) — город в Черкасской области Украины. Расположен на левом берегу реки Тясмин и является центром Смелянского района.

Население Смелы составляет 69,0 тысяч жителей (2005), из которых 46,7 % украинцы, 52,3 % — русские, 0,3 % — евреи.

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