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Школа 37
Belarus

Средняя школа N37 открылась 1 сентября 2009 года. Она расположена в районе Фолюш и рассчитана на 1020 мест. Это полностью удовлетворяет потребности микрорайона, снимает высокую нагрузку с двух соседних школы и гимназии. В школе учится доча Вероничка

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