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Shopping Centre to Appear at Moscow Railway Station
31.05.2012 12:54
Shopping Centre to Appear at Moscow Railway Station

The first shopping centre, located at the railway station, will be opened in Moscow. It will appear on the territory of the Kazan rail terminal, occupying the area of 3370 square meters.

      The new shopping centre will include shops with famous brand clothes, mobile operators' offices, pharmacies and banks. In addition, there will be a space for several restaurants. Passengers will be able to get to the shopping centre via four entrances from the platforms and two entrances from the waiting rooms, located on opposite sides of the station.

      Currently, the works on the decoration of the future shopping center are being carried out. The opening of the complex is scheduled for late summer.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Moscow shops Moscow railway stations Russian shops 

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