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Kishinev Kotovskii
Chisinau, Moldova

Kishinev. Downtown.

Crossroads of Gagarin Boulevard, Negrutsy Boulevard, D.Cantemir and Albisoara str., very close to railway station.

The monument to Kotovsky is placed  in front of Hotel Cosmos.

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