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Historic Russian School 'Broken To Pieces'

Historic Russian School 'Broken To Pieces'
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Residents of a town in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad are demanding the reopening of a historic school. The building dates from the 1930s, when the area was part of Germany's East Prussia region, and was originally named after Adolf Hitler. It was shut down seven years ago amid budget cuts, and local children have had to commute 10 kilometers to a nearby town since it closed.