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In Rayon Center Belyaevka

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Belyaevka village with population of about 6,000 people is a rayon center of Orenburg region. Belyaevka was established in 1907 and is named after Belyaev - the founder of the village. At 12:28 on 8th of September, 2013.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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