Orenburg Circus On Kobozev Street
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Orenburg Circus On Kobozev Street

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Orenburg city circus on Kobozev street. The street was named in honor of the founder of the Orenburg Bolshevik organization. There's a "house of culture"  (a club),  named after F. Dzerzhinsky to the left of the circus. On 3d of May, 2013, at 11:40 a. m.

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