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Русский: Русский переселенческий хутор в Надеждинском поселке с группою крестьян. Ср. Азия, 1911 Недалеко от Петропавловска, Казахстан
English: Russian settlers house in Nadezhenskii village with a group of peasants. Central Asia, Near Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan. 1911.
Source Фотографии Сергея Михайловича Прокудина-Горского (1863-1944) Восстановленные в рамках народного проекта

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