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Ujnobutovskaya and Gorchakova streets. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

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Ujnobutovskaya and Gorchakova streets. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

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A: Ujnobutovskaya street. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 450 meters away

Ujnobutovskaya street. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

Ujnobutovskaya street. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

B: Park near Gorchakova street. South Butovo, Moscow Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 640 meters away

Park near Gorchakova street. South Butovo, Moscow Russia.

Park near Gorchakova street. South Butovo, Moscow Russia.

C: Park near Chernevskiy small ponds, South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 690 meters away

Park near Chernevskiy small ponds, South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

Park near Chernevskiy small ponds, South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

D: Chernevskie ponds. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia. October 2010.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 710 meters away

Chernevskie ponds. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia. October 2010.

Chernevskie ponds. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia. October 2010.

E: Admirala Lazareva street and Plavsky passage. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 930 meters away

Admirala Lazareva street and Plavsky passage. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

Admirala Lazareva street and Plavsky passage. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

F: Lazareva, Yujnobutovskaya streets, Admiral Ushakov parkway and light metro station.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 990 meters away

Lazareva, Yujnobutovskaya streets, Admiral Ushakov parkway and light metro station. South Butovo, Mos...

Lazareva, Yujnobutovskaya streets, Admiral Ushakov parkway and light metro station.

G: Gavrikovo microdistrict, South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 1.2 km away

Gavrikovo microdistrict, South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

Gavrikovo microdistrict, South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

H: Ujnobutovskaya street and Buniskaya alley. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 1.2 km away

Ujnobutovskaya street and Buniskaya alley. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

Ujnobutovskaya street and Buniskaya alley. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

I: Kadirova street and Buninskaya alley. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

by Alexander Adashkevich, 1.3 km away

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Kadirova street and Buninskaya alley. South Butovo, Moscow, Russia.

J: Skobelevskaya 36

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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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