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ВНУ им. В.Даля - первый технический вуз Луганска. Создание учебного заведения имеет глубокую историческую основу, связанную с промышленным развитием региона. Исторические исследования показывают, что побеги технического образования в Луганске зародились еще в XIX в.  http://ru.snu.edu.ua/

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