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Philharmonic society
Ukraine

Сквер возле Луганской филармонии. Там братские могилы погибших в Отечественную при освобождении Луганска и могилы некоторых героев революции. Филармонию не так давно отреставрировали, навели порядок в парке

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Uploaded: 14/05/2011
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