Площадь Кирова (1)
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Площадь Кирова (1)

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Площадь Кирова — площадь в Кировском районе города Самара, на которой стоит Дом культуры имени Литвинова. Площадь ограничена улицей Физкультурная, улицей Победы, улицей Каховская и проспектом Кирова. 12 января 1961 года плошади на Кировском шоссе было присвоено имя советского государственного и политического деятеля Сергея Мироновича Кирова. Летом 2012 года в рамках капитального ремонта были проведены работы по замене асфальтового покрытия, укладке тротуарной плитки, установлено 140 светоточек, проведено озеленение.

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