Ukraine Nikolaev Sovetskaya Detskiy mir
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Ukraine Nikolaev Sovetskaya Detskiy mir

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Ukraine, Nikolay's city. The central city street - the Sovetskaya longest foot street of Ukraine – 1,5 km is located on 7 quarters. In 1882 has received the name Cathedral, and in 20th years it have renamed and named Sovetskaya.

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