Russia Orenburg Concert hall

Originally, the Concert hall building was occupied by Exhibition of achievements of economy of Orenburg region. Therefore in those days the street was called Vystavochnaya. The pano was shot in the gloomy December afternoon. The sign in nadir means "Entry". Who and what for wrote it remains unknown...

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Updated: 18/08/2014


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