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slavyanogorsk
Ukraine
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Svyatogorsk. Lavra.
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Svyatogorsk. Bridge on "Severskiy Donets"
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Svyatogorsk. Hotel XIX.
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Sviatohirsk Lavra view 2
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Svyatogorsk. Chapel on the "Seversky Donets"
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Svyatogorsk. Monument of consecration Svyatogorskaya Lavra, 2004
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Svyatogrsk. Pokrovskaya church with the bell tower of the XIX century.
Александр Московенко
Svyatogorsk. The central entrance to the abbey
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Svyatogorsk. Uspenskiy Cathedral of the XIX century.
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Svyatogorsk. Entrance to the cave.
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