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Exhibition of Unfulfilled Projects by Stalin Epoch Architects Opened in Moscow
1.07.2013 19:53
Exhibition of Unfulfilled Projects by Stalin Epoch Architects Opened in Moscow

A 350 meter high flag over the Pushkin Square, automobile tunnels under the Red Square and high-rise towers in honor of hero cities - these projects considered in the 1940s never appeared in Moscow. 

Visitors of the free street exhibition Paper Architecture of War will learn about a wide variety of might-have-been breathtaking projects. It has been timed to the 68th anniversary since the Victory Parade by the Moscow City Architecture Committee building in Triumfalnaya Square and will last for three weeks.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Joseph Stalin Exhibitions in Moscow Soviet Architecture   

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