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Крепость десятого века в городе Изборск.
Изборск

Крепость десятого века в городе Изборск. Одном из старейших городов России. Расположена в 30 километрах от Пскова и 300 километрах от Санкт-Петербурга.

Copyright: Дмитрий Толкачев
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