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Crossroad Of Kobozev And Postnikov Streets

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On a crossroad of Kobozev and Postnikov streets. A monument to Peter Kobozev, a famous revolutionary and one of the founders of the Orenburg Bolshevik organization.  On 3d of May, 2013, at 11:55 a. m.

  • mantas talmantas about 1 year ago
    when did "lays" started to produce beer? :)
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