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Crossroad Of Maksim Gorky And Sovetskaya Streets

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At a crossroad of Maksim Gorky and Sovetskaya streets of Orenburg in the morning. The street is named after Gorky - the famous Russian writer. There's a monument to the legendary Soviet pilot Valery Chkalov in the end of Sovetskaya street. On 30th of April, 2013, at 9:15 a. m.

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