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Центральная площадь Российского городка Строитель Победителя по плагоустроинности в 2011г среди городов с населением до 100.000 человек

Белгородская область

Russian town Stroitel, Belgrodskaya oblast 100.000 people live in town

2012 award in level of life category, best of russion little towns 2011 year

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Tags: stroitel; строитель; город; площадь; городская архитектура; белгородщина; белогорье; belgorodskaya oblast; belogorie; area
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