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Orenburg Dramatic Theater

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The Orenburg dramatic theater was opened in autumn of 1856. In 1932 it was named after great Soviet writer Maxim Gorky. The theater building had been reconstructed in 2006. Since then the building has two facades. August, 26th of 2011, 11.30 a. m.

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