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In Moscow destroyed a nature sanctuary
19.02.2013 07:53
In Moscow destroyed a nature sanctuary

In the center of Moscow, on Povarskaya Street, in the square between Rzhev Big and Borisoglebsk lanes, in a house No. 17/19 yard, cut a century tree near which there was a security sign: "Nature sanctuary. It is protected by the state. Damage and destruction is punished by the law! ", reports Apartment.ru.

      The two-centuries elm long-liver escaped after a fire of 1812, witnessed hard times 1912 and 1917, and also the end of the eightieth twentieth century.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vandalism Nature Trees Nature sanctuaries  

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