Commemorating the 72nd anniversary of lifting Siege of Leningrad

People laying flowers at building No14 in Nevsky Avenue on Jan. 27 during celebrations marking the 72nd anniversary of lifting the Siege of Leningrad during World War II. In the wartime, there was a sign on the building reading "Citizens! During artillery shelling this side of the street is the most dangerous."

People laying flowers at building No14 in Nevsky Avenue on Jan. 27 during celebrations marking the 72nd anniversary of lifting the Siege of Leningrad during World War II. In the wartime, there was a sign on the building reading "Citizens! During artillery shelling this side of the street is the most dangerous."

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People laying flowers at building No14 in Nevsky Avenue on Jan. 27

People laying flowers at building No14 in Nevsky Avenue on Jan. 27 during celebrations marking the 72nd anniversary of lifting the Siege of Leningrad during World War II. In the wartime, there was a sign on the building reading "Citizens! During artillery shelling this side of the street is the most dangerous."

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