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Troitsky History Museum. Exposure. Point of view five
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Russian Federation, Sverdlovsk region, Talitsky district, town Troitsky (Poklevska) Open to the public June 22, 1993. And at that point he was not only a meeting place for the province's history, objects old way of life, photographs of ancestors, but also a place of communication countrymen meet war veterans, the original club. Very collected and described in detail the history of the settlement Troitsky, the history of the village enterprises (descriptions, photo albums).

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