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Minsk ratusha at night 05-2013
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Minsk City Hall - an office building in the central part of Minsk, on High Market, built in 1600. [1] At the Town Hall clock tower were, which at that time was a great value.

Before the abolition of the Russian authorities Magdeburg rights for Minsk (May 14, 1795) held at the town hall meeting of the body of the Minsk government - city council or board, were stored in the building standards of units of weight and volume.

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Uploaded: 04/05/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014
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