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New Place for Beach Rest in Moscow
19.07.2012 11:27
New Place for Beach Rest in Moscow

A new beach area with swimming pools, deck chairs, beach volleyball grounds and trainers will open in Moscow "Phili" park on Sunday, as it is said on a website of the capital's Culture Department.

      "The beach area is located along the coastline of the Moscow-river on the territory of the "Phili" park. The beach is equipped with deck chairs, umbrellas, dressing cubicles and shower," it is said in the statement.

      The recreation area has several playgrounds for volleyball, beach football and trainers for workout. On Sunday, July 19, every beach's guest will be able to take part in special trainings with instructor and sport competitions between local teams.

      "We plan to install several floating pools for adults and children in the nearest future," it is also said in the statement.

      Earlier Moscow officials said the summer pools would be set in Moscow "Phili" and "Sokolniki" parks, each park will also be equipped with ping-pong tables. Two open pools and a new recreation area will open in the "Sokolniki" park in July 29.

      "Phili" park - 8(495) 146-05-31 Moscow, Bolshaya Filyovskaya street 32, building 3. Subway stations "Pionerskaya", "Filyovsky Park". The park is open every day since 10 am to 6 pm Moscow time.


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow Moscow parks summer in Moscow Moscow beaches  

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