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    What a Wonderful World: Eye-Catching Bird's Eye Panorama of Crimea

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    This exclusive video clip captures an aerial view of Crimea made with the help of an RT drone; it is almost certain to take your breath away.

    This jaw-dropping video shows the landscape of the Crimean Peninsula from a bird's eye perspective.

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