Половодье в селе Поташка
Панорама сделана 09.04.2012 года в селе Поташка в период половодья. Этой весной небывало разлилась река Артя, на фото видно, что вода идет поверх дороги и моста, соединяющего две половины населенного пункта. У части домов затоплены подвалы и огороды.
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Tags: Поташка; природа; весна; Артя
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