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    In Belarus, there is a legend about the mystical fern flower "Paparats-kvetka", which is dissolved in the Ivan Kupala night. This collection is inspired by the mystical mood of the night, and the stages of flowering fern, its form, texture and color.    
  
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In Belarus, there is a legend about the mystical fern flower "Paparats-kvetka", which is dissolved in the Ivan Kupala night.
This collection is inspired by the mystical mood of the night, and the stages of flowering fern, its form, texture and color.

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