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Monument to the Fallen in Wars

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Monument to the fallen for the Soviet Native land in days of Civil and the Great Patriotic wars established in 1973. It's located in expocenter of military armor "Salute, victory". At 13:30 on 25th of August, 2011.

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A: Complex Salut Pobeda

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 120 метров отсюда

Expocenter of military armor "Salute, victory" on Kirov Street, named so in honor of famous Soviet st...

Complex Salut Pobeda

B: Chicherina Street

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 260 метров отсюда

The street was named in 1926 in honor of a famous Soviet statesman and diplomat G. V. Chicherin (1872...

Chicherina Street

C: Orenburg Circus On Kobozev Street

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 620 метров отсюда

Orenburg city circus on Kobozev street. The street was named in honor of the founder of the Orenburg ...

Orenburg Circus On Kobozev Street

D: Crossroad Of Sovetskaya And Kirova Streets

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 770 метров отсюда

Sovetskay is the main street of Orenburg. Now only for pedestrians. Any automobile movement is forbid...

Crossroad Of Sovetskaya And Kirova Streets

E: Orenburg Museum

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 790 метров отсюда

The main street of Orenburg - Sovetskaya. Now only for pedestrians. Any automobile movement is forbid...

Orenburg Museum

F: Lenin Square

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 800 метров отсюда

Lenin Square

G: Crossroad Of Kobozev And Postnikov Streets

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 800 метров отсюда

On a crossroad of Kobozev and Postnikov streets. A monument to Peter Kobozev, a famous revolutionary ...

Crossroad Of Kobozev And Postnikov Streets

H: Orenburg Sovetskaya Street

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 830 метров отсюда

The main street of Orenburg in the very beginning of winter. Now only for pedestrians. Any automobile...

Orenburg Sovetskaya Street

I: Orenburg Scientific Library

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 860 метров отсюда

The main street of Orenburg - Sovetskaya. Now only for pedestrians. Any automobile movement is forbid...

Orenburg Scientific Library

J: Orenburg Dramatic Theater

Фотограф: Метик Сергей, На расстоянии 860 метров отсюда

The Orenburg dramatic theater was opened in autumn of 1856. In 1932 it was named after great Soviet w...

Orenburg Dramatic Theater

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