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Crossroad Lermontov and Kutuzov
Kazakhstan

In 2011, the Day of State Symbols in Pavlodar on the corner of Kutuzov and Lermontov was installed Kazakhstan national flag on the flagpole height of 40 meters.

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Uploaded: 10/09/2012
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