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English: Bolshaya Yakimanka Street, Moscow. Includes the Embassy of Brunei.
Русский: Улица Большая Якиманка в Москве. В здании расположено посольство Брунея.
Date 2010
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Author NVO
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55° 44′ 22.31″ N, 37° 36′ 54.61″ E

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