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Перекресток на развязке шоссе Р23 Минск-Слуцк (55-й км, мост) с дорогой Р68 Пуховичи-Узда-Негорелое возле деревни Валерьяны (Пуховичский с/с, Узденский р-н, Минская обл.).

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