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Architecture Monuments Brought Down in Moscow
8.03.2012 12:55
Architecture Monuments Brought Down in Moscow

Three buildings that had the status of architecture monuments and were built in the early 20th century as a part of the ensemble of the Moscow district railway, have been destroyed this year, have been destroyed in the beginning of this year, the public movement Arkhnadzor informs.
      Among the destroyed monuments is the building of depot Likhobory damaged by fire in 2008. The Culture Department planned to restore the building, however, now a new building is under construction on the site.
      Other lost historical buildings include the Palace of Railwaymen, water tower at Andronovka station, and traveling barracks at Lefortovo Station in Shosse Entuziastov.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Architecture Old Moscow    

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