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Улица Кадырова и Бунинская аллея. Южное Бутово, Москва, Россия.
Российская Федерация

Улица Кадырова и Бунинская аллея. Южное Бутово, Москва, Россия.

Названа 17 августа 2004 года в честь президента Чеченской Республики Ахмата Кадырова, погибшего в результате террористического акта на стадионе «Динамо» в Грозном 9 мая 2004 года.

Торжественная церемония присвоения бутовской улице имени чеченского лидера состоялась в день рождения Ахмада Кадырова – 23 августа 2004 года.

Copyright: Александр Адашкевич
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Tags: kadirova street; buninskaya alley; south butovo; moscow; russia; Улица Кадырова; Бунинская аллея; Южное Бутово; Москва; россия; panorama; панорама; фото; фотография; photo; ahmad kadirov Ахмад Кадыров; 360foto.ru
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