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Artek (Hurzuf, Ukraine)

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    • All-Union Pioneer Camp Artek (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • All-Union Young Pioneer Camp Artek (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • Artek Children's Camp (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • Artek Camp (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • Artek Pioneer Camp (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • Artek Young Pioneer Camp (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • Camp Artek (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • International Children's Center "Artek" (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
    • V.I. Lenin All-Union Pioneer Camp "Artek" (Hurzuf, Ukraine)
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    • found: Work cat.: Artek! Mir! Druzhba! Moskva, 1985.
    • found: GeoNames [algorithmically matched]
    • found: Artek website, Nov. 4, 2011:
    • found: Wikipedia, Nov. 4, 2011(under Artke (camp): Artek is a Young Pioneer camp near Gurzuf, Ukraine; est. June 16, 1925 on the Black Sea in the town of Gurzuf located on the Crimean peninsula, near Medved Mountain, Ukraine; camp consisted of 150 buildings, including three medical facilities, a school, the film studio Artekfilm, three swimming pools, a stadium with a seating capacity of 7,000, and playgrounds for various other activities. Unlike most of the young pioneer camps, Artek was an all-year camp; Artek consisted of a total of ten smaller camps. Each of them had its own name: Morskoi, Lazurny, Kiparisny, etc. Artek is now known as the "International Children's Center 'Artek'"; Traditionally Artek provided a base for hands-on training of students of pedagogical schools. This tradition has been continued today and the camp is known as the "Humanitarian Institute 'Artek'")
    • found: Wikipedia, Russian version, Nov. 4, 2011:
    • found: Google search, Nov. 4, 2011(Artek; Artek International Young Pioneer Camp; Artek Pioneer Camp; All-Union Young Pioneer camp Artek; All-Union Pioneer Camp Artek, which is now the International Children's Center Artek; All-Union Artek Young Pioneer Camp named after Lenin; V.I. Lenin All-union Pioneer Camp "Artek"; Soviet pioneer camp Artek; Artek Camp; Artek Children's Camp; Camp Artek; Artek, a Young Pioneer Camp in Gurzuf, Crimea, on the Black Sea; the International Children Center Artek (former All-Union Young Pioneer camp Artek))
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    • 1986-05-01: new
    • 2012-03-28: revised
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