In the city, Vladimir Kurashov has a favorite surroundings – it is laid on the distinction between the residential areas, streets and pieces of nature. The same sidewalks, which stretch along the parks, thus giving an opportunity to be “here and there” in the same time. Moscow boulevards and avenues in the central squares are arranged in a same way.
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