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Buchholz Square, Omsk
(3.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Buchholz Square is located in Omsk. Add Buchholz Square to your Omsk travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Omsk vacation builder.
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  • I saw the ball in the end may-a sad spectacle. Now it was restored. Pictures painted. Area of pričesali, updated markup, but before the full logic in the markup.
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  • Visit the square hooked. Impressions left, but there is a way out (if it's summer) buy a ticket on a rocket! He draws on the waves of the Irtysh and splashes you refunded.
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  • in 1716, Omsk was founded by the crew of the German Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Russian Tsar Johann D. Buchholz as a border fortress to protect of Russia from raids from the South-East. If it is not abused as a playground for children, there is here a nice photo opportunity. You can park on the adjacent street.
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