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“Since there is a central heating system (at a certain date – pretty late in the year – the government sets the heating to 25 degrees for the whole neighborhood)” coming from my standpoint across the pond, that seems absolutely nuts. Is this a Minsk thing or are neighborhood heating controls common throughout former Soviet Republics?