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This shot was taken in the north-east of St. Petersburg. Okhta River, the largest right tributary of the Neva. Okhta has its origins in the Karelian Isthmus, its length is about 100 km. Within the limits of St. Petersburg, it flows through the industrial zone. In the background is seen the bridge of the railway connecting Russia and Finland.

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