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Lenin Park In A State Of Neglect
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The once popular Lenin public garden now abandoned and trashed. Monument to Red Guards, fallen in the struggle for cause of the proletarian revolution of 1918 - 1919 years. At 2:05 p. m. on 3rd of May, 2013.

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