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Rynok square and citie's rathouse
Ukraine

Ратуша Івано-Франківська на площі ринок - центр старого міста

Copyright: Denny a. ovchar
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Загружена: 26/11/2008
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Tags: Івано-Франківськ; ivano-frankivs'k; rathouse; rynok square; площа Ринок; ратуша
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