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Moscow Performances Accompanied By English Translation
2.04.2012 11:52
Moscow Performances Accompanied By English Translation
Foreign visitors will be able to see theatrical performances with English and German subtitles

According to Moscow authorities, theatrical performances in the Russian capital will be accompanied by English and German subtitles. The program is supposed to attract more foreign spectators.

      The head of the Moscow Culture Department Sergey Kapkova said that more than half a million foreigners are working in the city and would like to attend not only the Bolshoi Theatre, where the language of dance and music is understandable without translation.

      The innovation is designated not only for foreigners living in the capital, but also for tourists who come to explore the city. The idea is expected to gain popularity among the public and make the Russian theatre more accesible for all visitors.

      In addition, another project of creation English signs in the city is going to be implemented.  

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.ttcspb.ru.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian culture Moscow theatres tourism in Moscow  

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