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Fountain in Lenin Square
Ukraine

Musical Fountain, whose repertoire includes works by composers Johann Sebastian Bach, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Johann Strauss, Ludwig van Beethoven, Bochcherini and songs by contemporary popular singers.

The fountain was built in the 1950's on Lenin Square. His image is used as the main figure on the arms Voroshilov district of Donetsk.

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