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The leaves don't look feathery enough for Tanacetum vulgare. This might be a garden escape, but I don't know which.
It is a wild kind. In gardens a tansy at us don't grow up. And there are its garden kinds?
There are some cultivated versions here, it has been grown as a garden plant probably for thousands of years. However still usually see the wild type.
Just in case you haven't noticed, the location is in Russia!
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Lat/Lng: 59.05731, 37.85994