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Pushkin Boulevard

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Of course, named after the Russian writer Alexander Pushkin. Bookmark Boulevard began in 1947 on the site of an old brick factory, which was demolished along with warehouses and railway lines.

Who is this boulevard are many monuments: Stratonavtov Monument, Monument to Pushkin, "Rivers of Donbass", and many others who personify industrial sector of the city.

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