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Paris Commune Square

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Area on the main avenue in Yekaterinburg. Former Wood area of Ekaterinburg in 1919, was renamed the area of ​​the Paris Commune. The main decoration of it was a new city theater. In 1927, in the square opposite the theater was erected Yakov Sverdlov. In 1954, on the opposite side of the square was erected a monumental building in the style of Soviet "neo" to unite "Sverdlovskugol", which houses Uraloblsovnarhoz and then Ural State University. Gorky.

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