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Kuibyshev Square. gorod360.com

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At the end of April 2012 at the Kuibyshev Square (the largest square in Europe) was held auto show. The first mention of the area visible in the master plan of the city from 1853. The area provided for the huge size of 525 by 325 m was associated with the magnitude of the prestige of the city and the area itself was meant for her performances in the cathedral.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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