«Shakhter» stadium, june 2010
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«Shakhter» stadium, june 2010

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A: «Shakhter» stadium, august 2004

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから30メートル

«Shakhter» stadium, august 2004

B: Stadium «Shakhter», june 2013

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから30メートル

Stadium «Shakhter», june 2013

C: «Shakhter» stadium (2), june 2010

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから90メートル

«Shakhter» stadium (2), june 2010

D: Old city center, june 2013

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから330メートル

Old city center, june 2013

E: Artyom Street, Ostrovsky cinema, the theater, June 2013

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから420メートル

Artyom Street, Ostrovsky cinema, the theater, June 2013

F: Shakhterov Avenue, july 2014

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから460メートル

Shakhterov Avenue, july 2014

G: In the courtyard of Prokopyevsk city hall, June 2013

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから710メートル

In the courtyard of Prokopyevsk city hall, June 2013

H: Tram and bus stop «Ob'edinenie», June 2013

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから720メートル

Tram and bus stop «Ob'edinenie», June 2013

I: Shakhterov prospectus, september 2008

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから730メートル

Shakhterov prospectus, september 2008

J: City center, august 2007

Dmitri Melinchuk作, ここから750メートル

City center, august 2007



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