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Old mill buki
Ukraine

Рядом с водопадом Выр сохранились до наших дней остатки старой каменной мельницы XIX века. Глубина каньона образованного рекой Горный Тикич достигает 20 метров, местами он суживается до 20-40 метров, в полной мере давая ощутить мощь и величие природы. Длина этого чуда несколько километров. 

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