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VVC in Moscow Now Works According to Winter Schedule
5.10.2012 09:52
VVC in Moscow Now Works According to Winter Schedule

All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VVC), a permanent general-purpose trade show in Moscow, has started closing two hours earlier.

      On weekdays the Centre is opened at 9 am-9 pm (Moscow time), on weekends - at 9 am-10 pm. The same hours are actual for the VVC's cultural objects and public catering establishments. At the same time, trade pavilions are working at 10 am-6 pm on weekdays and at 10 am-7 pm on weekends.

      According to the summer schedule, the Centre's territory was opened at 9 am-11 pm daily. The new schedule will be in force till April 29.

      The "All-Russia Exhibition Centre" is a state joint-stock company, officially abbreviated as GAO "VVC", which stands for "Gosudarstvennoye Aktsionernoye Obshchestvo 'Vserossiyskiy Vystavochny Centr'". It is not only the biggest trade place in the city, but also one of the most popular resorts in Moscow, a monument of Stalin-Style architecture and garden art as well. There are also some permanent exhibitions and museums, such more common things like the largest in Europe Big wheel and playgrounds for children.


      Related Articles: Russian Cities Attractions: All-Russia Exhibition Centre (former VDNh) in Moscow



Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: All-Russia Exhibition Centre Moscow Russian tourism places in Moscow  

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