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Nikolskaya St. in Moscow will become a pedestrian zone
29.06.2013 14:51
Nikolskaya St. in Moscow will become a pedestrian zone
The view to the Kremlin from Nikolskaya St.

 Nikolskaya st., which stretches from Lubyanka Square up to the Red Square, will be transformed into a pedestrian zone. The works should be finished by 31st June 2013.


The total length of the rout will make up 615 meters, the square will amount1.57 hectare. The transport movement in the street will be fully closed. The street exterior will be renewed: it will be paved with granite, 32 new street lamps, vases, benches, indicators, litter-bins will be installed.


Another Moscow street, Bolshaya Dmitrovka, will also become a pedestrian zone by 31st August 2013. The length of the rout will be 1.43 km.   




Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow     

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