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Children Railway In Orenburg

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Komsomolskaya station of the Orenburg Children's Railway in the center of the city near Ural River. The road connects the city with the forest area "Dubki" (Oaks), where the children's camps are located. At 12:15 p. m. on 4th of July, 2013.

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A: Russia Orenburg Boulevard Belovka

di Metik Sergey, 120 metri di distanza

One of the favourite places for townsfolk to stroll by in the evenings. The Monument to A. S. Pushkin...

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B: Suspension bridge across Ural

di Metik Sergey, 140 metri di distanza

A monument to legendary Soviet pilot Valery Chkalov on boulevard Belovka. Ural river is considered as...

Suspension bridge across Ural

C: Historical Museum Of Orenburg City

di Metik Sergey, 200 metri di distanza

One of the favourite places for townsfolk to stroll by in the evenings. The Monument to A. S. Pushkin...

Historical Museum Of Orenburg City

D: Monument To Military Glory In Orenburg

di Metik Sergey, 210 metri di distanza

The monument to The Red Army military glory.The heroic struggle in the spring and summer of 1919 has ...

Monument To Military Glory In Orenburg

E: Crossroad Of Maksim Gorky And Sovetskaya Streets

di Metik Sergey, 440 metri di distanza

At a crossroad of Maksim Gorky and Sovetskaya streets of Orenburg in the morning. The street is named...

Crossroad Of Maksim Gorky And Sovetskaya Streets

F: Crossroad Of Chelyuskintsev And The 8th Of March Streets In Orenburg

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The street was named after the legendary crew of the steamship Chelyuskin in 1937. After leaving Murm...

Crossroad Of Chelyuskintsev And The 8th Of March Streets In Orenburg

G: Orenburg Scientific Library

di Metik Sergey, 690 metri di distanza

The main street of Orenburg - Sovetskaya. Now only for pedestrians. Any automobile movement is forbid...

Orenburg Scientific Library

H: Lenin Square

di Metik Sergey, 810 metri di distanza

Lenin Square

I: Orenburg Dramatic Theater

di Metik Sergey, 920 metri di distanza

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Orenburg Dramatic Theater

J: Orenburg Museum

di Metik Sergey, 950 metri di distanza

The main street of Orenburg - Sovetskaya. Now only for pedestrians. Any automobile movement is forbid...

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Text by Steve Smith.

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