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One more “Euroopt” trading centre to appear in Bobruisk

In the nearest future one more “Euroopt” trading centre will be built at the crossroads of Minskaya and Ordzhonikidze streets in Bobruisk.

According to a chief engineer Sergei Leonov, it is to become the largest “Euroopt” in the town. It will occupy the area of 6,400 m2, including 2,500 m2 – for selling foodstuffs, and 1,200 m2 will likely to be rented by “Buslik” hypermarket for children. Besides, the building will house a pizzeria for 100 people.

Construction starts on May 1, and will have been finished by 31 November of 2011. The building will be of grey and orange colour as usual.

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