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This old lady lives in one of the numerous Slavutych neighborhoods, the one built by Armenia. She experienced the disaster, her husband died because of it.<br />
The former Soviet Union has mobilized considerable financial and human resources to build the city that wanted to be a symbol of social cohesion. But the financial difficulties of the former Soviet Union have failed to complete all infrastructure. It was decided that eight Soviet Socialist Republics were to take over, each, building a part of the city. Thus, the spatial organization of the city is made up of "blocks" each bearing the name of the Republic who built it. The set is centered on the place of the town hall. Each "block" comprises two sectors: one made up of pavilions, the second of collective housing, organized around a central kindergarten.<br />
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