The girls are leaving for the weekend

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[2202771735] – December 25, 2012, 10:39

oot cool. Where are you from?? if you move the current in Stavropol by the way in

[2741602221] – December 25, 2012, 22:47

That’s just interested "dominance". Isn’t it scary for Russians?

[2202771735] – December 25, 2012, 22:48

honestly, i’m not from there i saw the videos in the internet. After all, a swoop I remember Pyatigorsk made the capital of the North Caucasus Federal District from there it all began

[2741602221] – December 25, 2012, 22:52

Rumors don’t interest me. I also saw all these videos. I want to know the opinions of people directly from those who live there.

[3290705822] – December 25, 2012, 23:03

Washer,

[2202771735] – December 25, 2012, 23:09

The girls are leaving for the weekend

Washer,

you yourself first clever write it, shaggy rat))

[3290705822] – December 25, 2012, 23:35

you yourself first clever write it, shaggy rat))

Quiet! Round words were not given)

[2504792141] – December 26, 2012, 00:10

I’m from Stavropol kr. you need to know the Caucasian mentality, and since you wake yourself up and take a ride, I left there at the first opportunity to miss my homeland, but my family was formed in another city)

[2802868798] – December 26, 2012, 03:33

*** now everywhere. In the Far East there are more of them than ours. come here from Armenia, Tajikistan. Also a lot of chinas.

[2959342507] – December 26, 2012, 05:59

The girls are leaving for the weekend

Author, are you crazy? From there, everyone is running.

[2579922337] – December 26, 2012, 08:56

Quiet! Round words were not given)

so what are you saying, fat butt ?;)

[3626392788] – December 26, 2012, 08:57

Move to Kislovodsk. Essentuki and

[1204052506] – December 26, 2012, 09:16

Author, are you crazy? From there, everyone is running.

++ about the Tsapkov author is not up to date, apparently.

[2254149126] – December 26, 2012, 09:43

++ about the Tsapkov author is not up to date, apparently.

Hoes – this is the Krasnodar Territory. And on the topic – my retired relatives bought an apartment in Uislovodsk. Gorgeous, in a new house, overlooking the mountains. They walk, sip some water, enjoy the sun and warmth, they use massage procedures in sanatoriums. But they have an apartment left in Moscow, and there is no need to work on site. And I don’t know what to do there for a person of active age. Hole hole, you can go crazy, more than a week you will not live there.

[3142733016] – December 26, 2012 10:10

Better go to the Krasnodar Territory – Krasnodar or the coast. There are few prospects for CMS, prices are high, wages are small, *** are multiplying, mosques are being built.

[1285217384] – December 26, 2012 10:14

oot cool. Where are you from?? if you move the current in Stavropol

by the way in

and where are they leaving?) if it is Russia)

The girls are leaving for the weekend

[3252666401] – December 26, 2012 11:51

you yourself first clever write it, shaggy rat))

Pick each other patly, two degenerate.))))))

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[132338807] – December 26, 2012, 12:01

Been there, nothing good. And he did not like Stavropol. Pyatigorsk is still nothing, but only for a week rest. There is nothing to do

[3252666401] – December 26, 2012, 12:06

That’s just interested "dominance". Isn’t it scary for Russians?

Make up for hachiha.)))))

[3312686695] – December 28, 2012, 22:12

That’s just interested "dominance". Isn’t it scary for Russians?

Thank you! Nobody runs anywhere! Watch custom reports and drive nonsense! Minus that the salaries are small, problems with public transport and terrible traffic jams.

[3465391386] – September 18, 2013, 11:15

Good day! For those who want to move to Stavropol: I sell my land for individual housing construction in the suburbs of Stavropol. Area – 8 acres of land. Actively built up area. I am NOT a realtor. My phone: 8-961-463-90-05

[662042324] – November 14, 2013, 10:10

And I sell 2 bedroom in Stavropol! Call 89187572640

[1044254272] – December 13, 2013, 18:41

From the comments on Stavropol, we can conclude from the fact that those who answer the question do not have information about the city and its inhabitants. No matter what national composition inhabits the city, the problem is that we have not learned to respect the culture of another people.

[4001110918] – January 18, 2014, 21:41

Hello! I myself from Pyatigorsk, now I live in Stavropol. I want to argue: there are no more traffic jams here than in other cities, there are absolutely no problems with public transport. As for the city of Yessentuki (10 minutes from Pyatigorsk) I disagree categorically – in recent years it has only flourished !! Roads are like an egg, beautiful fountains appear and flowerbeds turn green, everything is being renovated and repaired.

[163914918] – May 5, 2014 07:31

Good day! I plan to move to the Pyatigorsk for permanent residence from the Far East, buy a house with a land plot, I work as a lawyer, I looked at vacancies in the net like a little and the salary is about 25-30 000 (enough for me). if there are local, tell me what is the climate there in winter and summer, what can you grow on the ground from fruit plants, and with salaries they say that the maximum that you can get there is 9000 why then 25-30 in vacancies, where is the truth? maybe who knows. Thanks in advance for the answer

[4110682094] – May 21, 2014, 05:17

I also plan to move from Khabarovsk to Kislovodsk or Yessentuki. There is a pension, for bread and milk, I hope, that’s enough, but narzan, fortunately, is free)))) But the climate is just wonderful there, you can’t compare it with DV

[3090595571] – June 27, 2014 04:50

You will read the comments here – and in general you want to run away from Russia. And how you raise your eyes from the monitor and look out the window – it seems to let you go. :-) I am the root of Stavropol. So, I donate to the masses (especially I try for the negative-minded) – this is a normal city! Not the capital, of course, however, the deep province does not blow. Salaries, as elsewhere – from "is free" and up "dohrena", as elsewhere, to get a warm place, we need connections. But about the size of the salary

[3090595571] – June 27, 2014 04:51

The NCFD (the aforementioned Stavropol and CMS) is developing at a fast, dynamic pace. We have very beautiful, clean and well-kept everything. The climate has become mostly warm, the winter is rather short, the snow falls every year less and less and the temperature often does not fall below -15 in winter, does not rise above +35 in summer .. Though Stavropol is considered "wind city", nevertheless, I don’t remember any special spontaneous rampings. With transport (what kind of nonsense?) No problems, of course, if we are not talking about the night time of the day. The biggest traffic jam, which is formed daily in the densely populated south of the city in the evening rush hour, will take no more than an hour, the second largest, on one of the longest and busiest streets of the city in the center – about 15-20 minutes, and in other areas at any time – and no more than 10 minutes! So do not la-la, ladies. :-) Of course, inadequate people are not at all a place here – we have a very multiethnic city. Caucasians lived here almost since the founding of the city, such is the geographical and political position of the city. Every nation has its own mentality, and if a woman behaves decently, not one ***** will ever cry for her words. Well, if the physiognomy is lascivious or the behavior is vulgar – well, here no man can endure, especially a Caucasian with "hot" by blood. ))) Fools and dolbo * bov of all stripes, too, as elsewhere, and certainly without a national attribute. By the way, we still have, firstly, very clean air compared to the overwhelming majority of Russian cities, and secondly, if the world-wide flood-two-two happens, we are not afraid at our Stavropol Upland! :-) :-) :-) In general, make a conclusion yourself. Anyone who is thinking about permanent residence in the North Caucasus Federal District – good luck in resolving your thoughts, who are on their way towards us – a happy journey and a green light, and who are already here – WELKAMMMMMM, it is good for you to settle. ))))))))

[3073191863] – August 24, 2014, 2:51 pm

And, by the way, a question to the residents of the Stavropol Territory. Friends, advise the most promising in terms of living and working, not necessarily the city, perhaps stanitsy or regional centers. Where it would be possible to move to permanent residence from the Chelyabinsk region. We are a little over 40 and a child of 10 years. What are the prices for housing (private sector), what is growing, what is the weather in winter. Please write, everyone is interested.

[2031528133] – February 20, 2015, 11:35

Good day! I plan to move to the Pyatigorsk for permanent residence from the Far East, buy a house with a land plot, I work as a lawyer, I looked at vacancies in the net like a little and the salary is about 25-30 000 (enough for me). if there are local, tell me what is the climate there in winter and summer, what can you grow on the ground from fruit plants, and with salaries they say that the maximum that you can get there is 9000 why then 25-30 in vacancies, where is the truth? maybe who knows. Thanks in advance for the answer

[2358977263] – February 24, 2015, 11:17

And, by the way, a question to the residents of the Stavropol Territory. Friends, advise the most promising in terms of living and working, not necessarily the city, perhaps stanitsy or regional centers. Where it would be possible to move to permanent residence from the Chelyabinsk region. We are a little over 40 and a child of 10 years. What are the prices for housing (private sector), what is growing, what is the weather in winter. Please write, everyone is interested.

Olga, children are best raised in a private house with a backyard, teaching them to work from childhood (and they will not be white-haired in life!). In 1990, with three young children, I left Ulan-Ude in the Stavropol region, in the regional center Novoselitskoe and my children grew up worthy

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