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Half of Rest Areas in Moscow Are Prohibited for Swimming
8.08.2012 20:19
Half of Rest Areas in Moscow Are Prohibited for Swimming

Russia's Rospotrebnadzor (protection of consumers) service has temporarily forbidden swimming in 5 of 11 recreation areas in Moscow.

      The prohibition was introduced in "Troparevo", "Bolshoi Sadovyi Prud", "Beach-Club", "Ozero Beloye" areas and also on the "Levoberezhny" beach. That decision was taken on a basis of the recent water samples, which showed excess of rates for microbiological and physicochemical factors. Samples in "Ozero Beloye" also showed some deflection in soil.

      Altogether, there are 15 recreation places in Moscow allowed for swimming, and 35 - beach areas, where swimming is prohibited. All comers still can swim in "Mescherskaya" area, "Serebryany Bor-1" and "Serebryany Bor-2" beaches, Chyornoye and Shkolnoye lakes in Zelegnograd town (part of Moscow).


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow summer in Moscow Russian summer   

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