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Animal Sculptures Inhabit the Moscow Underground
23.04.2012 15:30
Animal Sculptures Inhabit the Moscow Underground
Panda at the Vorobyovy Gory metro exhibition

Sculptures of different animals are exhibited in the Vorobyovy Gory metro station in Moscow until October 2012.

      The exhibits have been donated by the State Darwin Museum and include such wildlife and domesticated species, as crocodiles, reptiles, the Himalayan bear, a wolf, a bull-terrier with puppies, and many others. The sculptures have been made by both young and renowned artists and are normally housed in the museum.

      Vorobyovy Gory metro station is located on Sokolnicheskaya Line, or Red Line. The station pavillion is situated on the bridge across the Moskva River, offering splendid views on the Vorobyovy Hills, the Moscow State University, the Olympic Luzhniki Stadium, and the Russian Academy of Sciences.

      Source: Art Russia.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Moscow exhibitions Moscow Underground    

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