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Area near a regional museum
Ukraine

Площадь возле краеведческого музея в Луганске. Возле здания музея бюст Карла Гаскойна - строителя Луганского литейного завода (позднее патронный). Неподалеку пушка, такие изготавливали на этом заводе. Напротив музея фонтан-каскад к памятнику "Борцам революции" рядом с которым установлены английские танки "Mark V". На этой же площади Луганское областное отделение Ощадбанка, выставочная галерея, боулинг.

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Uploaded: 16/05/2011
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Tags: Луганск; Музей; памятник; украина
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