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Checkpoint shipbuilding plant "Nord shipyard"

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A: Korabelnaya st. 6

by Salin Aleksandr, 180 meters away

Korabelnaya st. 6

B: Shipbuilding plant "Nord shipyard"

by Salin Aleksandr, 340 meters away

Shipbuilding plant "Nord shipyard"

C: Steam turbine

by Dmitry G, 570 meters away

Steam turbine

D: Pervomayskaya(Putilovskaya) Energy Plant

by Dmitry G, 600 meters away

Pervomayskaya(Putilovskaya) Energy Plant

Pervomayskaya(Putilovskaya) Energy Plant

E: House

by Alexander Nusvald, 2.5 km away

House

F: Saint Petersburg city. Kanonersky Island - Ferry passing through the canal.

by njifoo, 2.7 km away

Kanonersky island is one of the quiet and free of hurry places in Saint Petersburg. In 18th century i...

Saint Petersburg city. Kanonersky Island - Ferry passing through the canal.

G: Saint Petersburg city. Kanonersky Island

by njifoo, 2.7 km away

Kanonersky island is one of the quiet and free of hurry places in Saint Petersburg. In 18th century i...

Saint Petersburg city. Kanonersky Island

H: Winter night dormitory of St. Petersburg

by Ivan Garanin, 2.9 km away

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Winter night dormitory of St. Petersburg

I: Park Aviatorov (1) 06.08.2011

by Andrey Minenko, 3.2 km away

Park Aviatorov (1) 06.08.2011

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After the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia became a federal republic of 83 states.

Text by Steve Smith.

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