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Photo Exhibition to Highlight Building Process of Moscow Metro
8.12.2011 16:44
Photo Exhibition to Highlight Building Process of Moscow Metro
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An exhibition of unique photos of Moscow metro opens today at Vystavochnaya metro station in Moscow.
      
      The exhibition presents pictures from the archive of the Mosmetrostroi (Moscow Metro Construction) JSC depicting the most interesting moments of building of the Moscow underground, starting from the first stations in 1931-1935 and finishing with modern high technologies of metro building in Moscow.
      
      Historical photos were taken by the civil engineer Ivan Ilyich Vydysh during building of the metro station Krasnye Vorota in 1933. The author of works dedicated to modern building is photographer Alexander Popov.
      
      It is a reminder that December, 2nd this year marked the opening of three new metro stations Borisovo, Shipilovskaya and Zyablikovo in Moscow. The length of the section is 4.5 km.
      
      Source: ria.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


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