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One of the southern cities of Ukraine. Nikolaev. Founded in 1789. Zavodsky district is located in the west of the city. In this area, home to many industrial companies. It includes the neighborhoods "Lines" and "alluvium", former villages Great and Little Koreniha Koreniha.
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Updated: 11/08/2014
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