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An Open-Air Library Welcomes Muscovites
9.07.2012 11:15
An Open-Air Library Welcomes Muscovites

The Nikolai Bauman Park (located between Komsomolskaya and Baumanskaya metro stations) will host the open-air library throughout the summer season. The books are delivered from the Nekrasov Library nearby, and readers may order a book if it is not in the open-air library.

      A special programme has been designed for younger readers. They can participate in an eco-quest around the park, guided by the librarians.

      The library works from 11am to 5pm and will remain open until the beginning of the school year.

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Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian education Moscow events Russian literature   

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