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Observation Deck At The Height Of 340 Metres Was Opened On Ostankino Tower
12.09.2011 11:49
Observation Deck At The Height Of 340 Metres Was Opened On Ostankino Tower

The deck is surrounded by the grid, through which rods one can put only the object glass of camera. The external stairs, used to go down from the outside, is locked up. Extreme lovers can find something interesting one floor below. There is a glass transparent floor above 300 metres of emptiness.

      More than 10 million people have visited this place since the eppoque of Brezhnev.But one couldn't get to the technical floor before.However, the price of such entertainmnet remains extremely expensive. If one can visit the Eiffel Tower for 13 euros, the excursion to Ostankino Tower will cost you 850 rubles ( 21 euros).

      It is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers, currently the tallest in Europe and 3rd tallest in the world. The tower was the first free-standing structure to exceed 500 m  in height. The tower was constructed to mark the fiftieth

      anniversary of the October Revolution. It is named after the Ostankino district of Moscow in which it is located.



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