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Gorky Park Skates Will Be Microchipped Against Theft
24.10.2012 14:51
Gorky Park Skates Will Be Microchipped Against Theft
(Source: http://tauschen-in-schwerin.de/)

When the Gorky Park opened their skating rink last year, several hundred pairs of skates disappreared in a flash - even a pretty sum for skates' borrowing didn't help.

      To tackle the problem this year, the Park authorities plan to microchip skates and other borrowable inventory (e.g. bikes). Apart from protecting the Park's property, this will facilitate the process of returning the equipment. Whereas previously people had to return the skates to the same terminal where they were borrowed, now they can do it at any terminal.

      Last weekend the Gorky Park saw rather cumbersome construction work to create a skating rink. Today it has already been snowing in Moscow, so by mid-November both citizens and visitors alike will be able to enjoy this traditional winter pastime.  




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian travel Moscow events skating in Moscow Gorky Park  

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