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Memorial to the fallen residents of Orenburg region, who had fulfilled their international duty to the peoples struggling for freedom and independence in all parts of the world. At 3:50 p. m. on 3rd of May, 2013.

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A: Anti Aircraft Machine Gun On Constitution Street

di Metik Sergey, 500 metri di distanza

An unusual thing is hoisted on a pedestal next to the military commissariat department of the norther...

Anti Aircraft Machine Gun On Constitution Street

B: Crossroad Of Dzerzhinsky Avenue And Constitution Street

di Metik Sergey, 540 metri di distanza

Traffic ring on a crossing Dzerzhinsky avenue and The USSR Constitution street in the northern part o...

Crossroad Of Dzerzhinsky Avenue And Constitution Street

C: Monument To Dzerzhinsky

di Metik Sergey, 810 metri di distanza

Monument to Dzerzhinsky - Knight of the Great October revolution on the avenue bearing his name. One ...

Monument To Dzerzhinsky

D: Crossroad Of Salmyshskaya Str And Dzerzshinskogo Avenue

di Metik Sergey, 900 metri di distanza

At a crossroad of Salmyshskaya street and Dzerzshinskogo avenue in the northern part of Orenburg. The...

Crossroad Of Salmyshskaya Str And Dzerzshinskogo Avenue

E: New Year Tree on Dzerzhinskiy Avenue

di Metik Sergey, 1.0 km di distanza

A New Year's Tree, like many others, traditionally established in different parts of a city. DK (Pala...

New Year Tree on Dzerzhinskiy Avenue

F: Orenburg Complex Territoria

di Metik Sergey, 1.1 km di distanza

Shopping and entertainment complex "Territoria" in the northern part of Orenburg. This area of city i...

Orenburg Complex Territoria

G: Crossroad of Rodimtseva and Salmyshskaya Streets

di Metik Sergey, 1.2 km di distanza

At a crossroad of Rodimtseva and Salmyshskaya streets. The street was named in honor of a famous mili...

Crossroad of Rodimtseva and Salmyshskaya Streets

H: Salmyshskaya Street

di Metik Sergey, 1.8 km di distanza

Salmyshskaya Street named so in memory of Salmyshskiy fight on April, 26th, 1919, when admiral Kolcha...

Salmyshskaya Street

I: Orenburg Sport Complex Olimpiyskiy

di Metik Sergey, 3.7 km di distanza

Sport Complex Olimpiyskiy, a hotel and stadium "Orenburg" in a district called by townspeople as "Mal...

Orenburg Sport Complex Olimpiyskiy

J: Dk Rossia Orenburg

di Metik Sergey, 4.1 km di distanza

DK "Rossia" (Palace of culture "Russia") is the typical sample of public buildings architecture of 60...

Dk Rossia Orenburg

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Russia

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Text by Steve Smith.

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