Minor Academy of Arts. Laundry yard.
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Minor Academy of Arts. Laundry yard.

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Laundry yard. In the courtyard wing of the house - the Fontanka Embankment. 2 - Minor Academy of Arts is located. Yard animated works of students of the Academy. Numerous mosaics decorate the walls of buildings.

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