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Near the institute of culture
Ukraine

Сквер возле института культуры и искусств (бывший Дом техники) Когда-то здесь была хорошая техническая и патентные библиотеки. В сквере бюст Александра Молодчего - дважды Героя Советского Союза. он одним из первых бомбил Берлин в августе 1941

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