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Parkovy md.52, in the yard of buildings №8-12

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Construction of a new mkr-52 (yard of buildings №8-12) in a residential area "Parkovy" in the city of Chelyabinsk. The new apartments will be ready for the invasion in mid-2012.

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B: Лес близ Паркового

Par Joshuan Sh, à 410 mètres

Лес близ Паркового

C: Parkovy, md.56

Par Ildar Gabdrakhmanov, à 610 mètres

Construction of a new mkr-56 in a residential area "Parkovy" in the city of Chelyabinsk. The new apar...

Parkovy, md.56

D: Лес близ Паркового

Par Joshuan Sh, à 710 mètres

Лес близ Паркового

E: Night court

Par Anton Konovalov, A 2.9 km

Night court

F: Evening yard

Par Anton Konovalov, A 2.9 km

Evening yard

G: First snow

Par Anton Konovalov, A 2.9 km

First snow

H: Near Teorema

Par Anton Konovalov, A 3.0 km

Near Teorema

I: Evening Pond

Par Anton Konovalov, A 3.4 km

Evening Pond

J: Park in Chelyabnisk

Par Aleksey Shimeshov, A 3.8 km

Park in Chelyabnisk

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