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Exhibition about Defenders of the Khimki Forest to Take Place in Moscow
17.12.2010 21:25
Exhibition about Defenders of the Khimki Forest to Take Place in Moscow

Exhibition 15-58 presenting photos and documents about the struggle for preservation of the long-suffering Khimki Forest will be held in Moscow.
      
      The opening will take place on Monday, December, 20th, in the Andrey Sakharov Museum and Social Center.
      
      15-58 means kilometers of the high-speed toll highway Moscow Petersburg, which is planned to be laid through the Khimki woodland, which is an important part of the protective wood belt around Moscow.
      
      Last summer it became a battlefield of representatives of various social spheres: common dwellers of Khimki, ecologists, right radicals and football fans, a Baptist bishop, who was at the same time the prime contractor conducting deforestation, anti-fascists, and many others.
      
      The exhibition will run till February, 1st, 2011.
      
      Source: openspace.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


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