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Stair and Passage
Ukraine
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Stairs
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Saparoschja - River Ship Dniepr-Star in the harbour
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Saporoschja - Restaurant and streethawker nearby the-Pier
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Saporoschja - Restaurant nearby the pier
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Embankment street is near the central beach
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Saporoschja - footbridge to the Harbour
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Saporoschja - Roadworks
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