Dmitriy Dovjik’s story is about new trends of the water-based recreation last 5 years in Ukraine and Zaporizhzhzya. About an interesting projects as art-kayaking, yoga-kayaking, SUP-boarding etc. History and modern conditions of the water-based recreation in region.
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