Voznesensky Hotel

Address: ulitsa Mamina Sibiryaka 52, Ekaterinburg, Yekaterinburg, Urals, 620075, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on ulitsa Mamina Sibiryaka 52, Ekaterinburg, Yekaterinburg, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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