Volgograd

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Synonyms for Volgograd

a city in the European part of Russia on the Volga

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Among her many high-profile productions were The Boys Next Door; Born Yesterday, with Madeline Kahn and Ed Asner; a Russian translation of A Streetcar Named Desire performed in Volgagrad, Russia, as well as Ohio; and a revival of Bus Stop starring Mary-Louise Parker and Billy Crudup.
Defeat at Stalingrad, now renamed Volgagrad, in 1942 was a turning point in the war against Hitler.
Security concerns have been heightened at the wake of two suicide bomb attacks in the southern city of Volgagrad on Dec.
A clear indication of what can be expected now that Gala Bingo has lost the case has been revealed with the opening of the International Garden of Friendship, known to some as Volgagrad Place - bleak, bland and barren.