Клуб-музей Виктора Цоя «Камчатка»
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Клуб-музей Виктора Цоя «Камчатка»

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Котельная была местом неофициальных концертов, чему способствовало отдельное расположение её здания. Также здесь в 1987 году происходили съёмки фильма «Рок». В интервью, данном в фильме, Виктор Цой, подкидывая уголь в топку, сказал следующее: «Я просто чувствую себя свободным. Совершенно свободным».

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