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Alongside a music college
Kazakhstan

Alongside a music college in the street Toraigyrov. On the other hand is a former cinema "October", now a concert hall of the House of Friendship. To the left of its supermarket "Rubikom"

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Uploaded: 10/05/2012
Updated: 14/05/2012
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Konstantin Martalog
Yard at Toraigirova 77. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
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Toraigirova - 1 Maya
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"Twenty-fifth" store.
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Evening Pavlodar
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Yard at 1 Maya 1. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
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behind the monument Toraigyrov
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Мечеть имени Машхур Жусупа
Konstantin Martalog
Yard at Toraigirova 79. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
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Yard at Krupskoi 80. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
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Yard at Krupskaya 80/1. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
Konstantin Martalog
Yard at Toraigirova 81. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
Konstantin Martalog
Yard at Krupskaya 82. Pavlodar. Kazakhstan.
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