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Tyumen Bridge of love. Bridge of Lovers (Pedestrian). Winter.

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«Мост Влюбленных» - так называется вантовый мост через реку Туру в Тюмени, ранее известный как «Пешеходный». Пешеходный вантовый мост через Туру был построен в 80-е годы на месте деревянного моста, который рухнул в 1979 году.

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B: Historical Square

by Chebaldin Vladimir, 110 meters away

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C: Supports of the "Bridge of lovers"

by Chebaldin Vladimir, 130 meters away

Supports of the "Bridge of lovers"

D: Stone on the birthplace of Tyumen city.

by Chebaldin Vladimir, 180 meters away

Stone on the birthplace of Tyumen city.

F: FK Tyumen Stadium "Geolog"

by Chebaldin Vladimir, 310 meters away

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G: Tura river embankment. November.

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Tura river embankment. November.

H: TGU

by Kalinin Andrey, 740 meters away

Тюменский государственный университет

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I: Tyumen Trinity Monastery

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J: Troitsky Orthodox Church

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Text by Steve Smith.

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