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Oldest Cabaret Dug out in the Center of Moscow
1.06.2011 13:40
Oldest Cabaret Dug out in the Center of Moscow

In the course of works in the Triumphalnaya Square archeologists have found remains of a merchant house, the first Moscow cabaret below it, and even lower a premise where coachmen lived.
      This lowermost layer dates back to the finds of the 14th century.
      Construction of a parking will be started upon termination of all works.
      Let us recall that the most large-scale archaeological research was carried out prior to building of the trading complex in Manezhnaya Square. In order to display the collected finds it was decided to establish the Archeology Museum; the Museum became a branch of the Moscow History Museum.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archaeology Moscow    

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