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Public joint-stock company Hotel complex ORLYONOK


AS8853 Public joint-stock company Hotel complex "ORLYONOK"



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Whois Details

inetnum: -
netname:          RU-KORSTON-NET
country:          RU
org:              ORG-KRS1-RIPE
admin-c:          SAM221-RIPE
tech-c:           SAM221-RIPE
status:           ASSIGNED PI
mnt-by:           RIPE-NCC-END-MNT
mnt-by:           KORSTON-MNT
mnt-routes:       KORSTON-MNT
mnt-domains:      KORSTON-MNT
created:          2007-07-05T12,09,51Z
last-modified:    2017-06-15T13,25,09Z
source:           RIPE
sponsoring-org:   ORG-RL3-RIPE

organisation:     ORG-KRS1-RIPE
org-name:         Public joint-stock company Hotel complex ORLYONOK
org-type:         OTHER
address:          RU, Moscow, Kosygina st.,15
abuse-c:          AC29307-RIPE
mnt-ref:          KORSTON-MNT
mnt-by:           KORSTON-MNT
created:          2007-06-18T08,41,04Z
last-modified:    2016-02-15T16,33,53Z
source:           RIPE

person:           Sergey A Myakishev
address:          JSC Hotel Complex ORLYONOK
address:          15 Kosygina st.,
address:          117334, Moscow, Russia
phone:            +7 916 2117021
fax-no:           +7 495 9398825
nic-hdl:          SAM221-RIPE
mnt-by:           RCN-NOC
created:          2011-12-19T09,11,22Z
last-modified:    2011-12-19T09,11,22Z
source:           RIPE

descr:            Public joint-stock company Hotel complex ORLYONOK
origin:           AS8853
mnt-by:           KORSTON-MNT
created:          2007-07-10T10,01,31Z
last-modified:    2007-07-17T08,32,35Z
source:           RIPE

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