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The listing indicates the destination of the unit as Krim which is somewhat non-specific [Wikipedia defines it as "the peninsula Crimea on the northern coast of the Black Sea"] but does include Hurzuf.
However, as noted below in the original information on 081714, the story of the Plate bar from the website starts by indicating the Futuro has been on site for "more than 30 years".
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The Russian Federation (early RSFSR, Soviet Russia) is the historical heir but not legal successor of the Russian Empire.My thanks to everyone who contributed and in particular to Marko Home and Achim Breiling. There are certainly several websites with posts/articles that place the Futuro at this location; among them kimeria.ru, and In addition there is a Panoramio photo by pachu [uploaded 101109] placed at this location which shows a view very similar to that seen in the second of the two videos at left.That said are we able to establish whether the Futuro has ever been moved or if it is in its original location?From Matti Suuronen's CV we learn that the two story variant Futuro was manufactured and then purchased by the Soviet youth travel agency Sputnik in 1977.You will be certified that this review is based on your own experience and is your genuine opinion of this website, and that you have no personal or business relationship with this establishment, and have not been offered any incentive or payment originating from the establishment to write this review by clicking Post button below.