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Monuments to 27th infantry division of the general Neverovsky and to engineering armies. May 2011.

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Monuments of 27th infantry division of the general Neverovsky and to engineering armies. May 2011.

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A: Communal graves of the soldiers who were lost in the Borodino battle. May 2011.

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Communal graves of the soldiers who were lost in the Borodino battle. Май 2011.

Communal graves of the soldiers who were lost in the Borodino battle. May 2011.

B: The Spaso-Borodino female monastery in Voroshilovo. Panorama. May 2011.

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The Spaso-Borodino female monastery in Voroshilovo. May 2011.

The Spaso-Borodino female monastery in Voroshilovo. Panorama. May 2011.

C: Monument to divisions of generals Charles Meklenburgsky and Michael Semenovich Vorontsov. May 2011.

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Monument to divisions of generals Charles Meklenburgsky and Michael Semenovich Vorontsov. May 2011.

Monument to divisions of generals Charles Meklenburgsky and Michael Semenovich Vorontsov. May 2011.

D: Monument to the Murom infantry regiment near Spaso-Borodino monastery. May 2011.

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Monument to the Murom infantry regiment near Spaso-Borodino monastery. May 2011.

Monument to the Murom infantry regiment near Spaso-Borodino monastery. May 2011.

E: Monument to 4-th cavalry corps of general Karl Sivers. May 2011.

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Monument to 4-th cavalry corps of general Karl Sivers near Semenovskoe. May 2011. Borodino.

Monument to 4-th cavalry corps of general Karl Sivers. May 2011.

F: Monument to the Lejb-guards Izmajlovsky regiment at village Semyonovskoe. May 2011.

Par Alexander Adashkevich, A 1.1 km

Monument to the Lejb-guards Izmajlovsky regiment at village Semyonovsky. May 2011.

Monument to the Lejb-guards Izmajlovsky regiment at village Semyonovskoe. May 2011.

G: Monument to the lejb-guards Artillery brigade at village Semyonovskoe. May 2011.

Par Alexander Adashkevich, A 1.2 km

Monument to the lejb-guards Artillery brigade, Borodino. May 2011.

Monument to the lejb-guards Artillery brigade at village Semyonovskoe. May 2011.

H: Monument to the battery №2 and light №2 companies of lejb-guards of an artillery brigade near Semenovskoe. May 2011.

Par Alexander Adashkevich, A 1.3 km

Monument to the battery №2 and light №2 companies of lejb-guards of an artillery brigade near Semenov...

Monument to the battery №2 and light №2 companies of lejb-guards of an artillery brigade near Semenovskoe. May 2011.

I: Monuments to the Lejb-guards Finnish regiment and captain Alexander Ogaryov. May 2011.

Par Alexander Adashkevich, A 1.3 km

Monuments to the Lejb-guards Finnish regiment and captain Alexander Ogaryov near Semenovskoe. May 201...

Monuments to the Lejb-guards Finnish regiment and captain Alexander Ogaryov. May 2011.

J: Monument to the lejb-guards Lithuanian regiment from the Moscow regiment. May 2011.

Par Alexander Adashkevich, A 1.3 km

Monument to the lejb-guards Lithuanian regiment from the Moscow regiment near Semenovskoe. May 2011. ...

Monument to the lejb-guards Lithuanian regiment from the Moscow regiment. May 2011.

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