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English: Trans-Siberian railway at Nazivaevskaya (Называевская), near Omsk, Siberia, Russia.
Српски / srpski: Stanica Nazivaevskaja u Sibiru, krajem aprila.
Русский: Станция Называевская, Транссибирский магистраль.
Date 24 April 2009
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Author Petar Milošević
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