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Center of Izhevsk to be Relieved from Advertizing Banners
6.12.2013 21:13
Center of Izhevsk to be Relieved from Advertizing Banners

All large advertizing constructions will be dismantled in the central part of Izhevsk, the capital of Udmurtia.

      “Thanks to the deputies we have approved of zoning on advertizing constructions in the city. In Zone 1, i.e. the downtown all large formats except media screens drop out. Presently demolition of these constructions is underway” - the head of Izhevsk administration Denis Agashin reported at the press conference on Wednesday.

      He explained that it was the wish to preserve the outlook of the historical downtown, and make it free from the garbage of advertizing designs.

      According to D. Agashin, in the next couple of months the first 27 constructions will be removed and more than one hundred advertizing carriers are subject to demolition.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Izhevsk Udmurtia Advertising Constructions   

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