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City Chess, Elista
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  • Besides the Museum Watch and nothing. Normal residential village on the 7-th microdistrict-not in Raleigh. There is a restaurant, cafes. You can stop by after visiting Stupa of enlightenment and hurula.
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  • It is not clear that here, actually, chess. Just elite residential area on the outskirts of the city. Well, Yes, in the center of the chess Palace, and that's all. As Raleigh, many sculptures, but they mostly chess are not related. If I had planned such an area, the planned neighborhoods would be staggered, "black and white", such as beat it all. And here and lay "free" quarters not square, rounded, etc. But around-beautiful views, endless steppe. And as for the name. Why call an object in English? Not enough Russian or Kalmyk words? And if we call, then it should be "Chess city" (sounds ugly, but more correctly).
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  • If you want to feel like the only people in a post-apocalyptic time then welcome. Always deserted.
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