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September 12, 2015
Near Park of Aleksandrov/9 April Park
April 23, 2018
Сад был устроен в 1859 году и в прошлом назывался Александровским садом. В советский период сад получил название сада Коммунаров.Садовые аллеи стали свидетелями кровавых погромов мирных митингов протеста: В саду находятся памятники известным писателям, актерам и художникам. Рядом с садом находится…

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