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Unusual Sign Appeared in Moscow
21.06.2012 13:08
Unusual Sign Appeared in Moscow
Unusual sign "It is forbidden to talk to strangers" in Moscow

An unusual sign “It is forbidden to talk to strangers” has appeared in the centre of Moscow. The road sign, depicting the heroes of Mikhail Bulgakov's novel "The Master and Margarita", is located in a cozy garden at the Patriarch's Ponds.

      This prohibitory sign has been installed by unknown people. It depicts the silhouettes of the novel's characters – Woland, Koroviev and the cat Behemoth – below which there is a phrase “It is forbidden to talk to strangers”.

      It is important, that the novel begins at the Patriarch's Ponds and its first chapter is called “Never talk to strangers”.

      The authorities are not going to remove the sign.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow odd news Mikhail Bulgakov  

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