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Около памятника Энергетику
Ukraine

Единственный памятник Techno в Донецке. Памятник построен в 1978 году.

Посвященным представителям профессии. Высота памятника - 7.9 метра. Изготовлен из железобетона и стоит на каменых плитах.

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Tags: Памятники; энергетик донецк; памятник энергетику; monuments; energy donetsk; a monument to energy
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