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Shopping center Global Market in Mozyr City
Belarus

Торговый центр Global Market крупнейший торговый центр в г. Мозырь. Открылся осенью 2013 г. Здание торгового центра было долгостроем ДК ОАО "Мозырьсоль".


На первом этаже торгового центра расположился продуктовый супермаркет "Соседи". Второй этаж занял магазин цифровой и бытовой техники "5 Элемент". Третий этаж отведен под небольшие торговые точки, в большинстве занимающиеся продажей одежды и обуви. В здании также расположены филиалы банков Трастбанк и Приорбанк, аптека, кофейня "Зефир" и магазин бытовой химии и товаров для дома "Остров чистоты".

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Taken: 25/12/2013
Uploaded: 30/04/2014
Updated: 06/05/2014
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