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Barnaul Metro Website: Complains From a New York Citizen
24.02.2014 14:08
Barnaul Metro Website: Complains From a New York Citizen

A woman from New York sent a complaint to the Russian President Vladimir Putin requesting to take actions against the creators of Barnaul Metro website,  "which misleads the citizens from another cities."  

      She insists that metro does not exist in the city and such kind of deception discredits the Federal subject of Russia over the Internet. The reaction of the presidential administration or other authorities has not been reported yet, but internet users discussed this news very turbulently.

      Barnaul dwellers claim that all the troubles come from visitors, who always fail to find the city subway, and recommend, — as a response measure, — to write a letter to Barack Obama calling to rename the Statue of Liberty "since no freedom exists in the United States."

      Barnaul Metro's website is functioning since 2008. The website tells the history of the construction, displays pictures and line map, shows information about currently operating excursions and even job listings. The website is actively supported and developed: news about the station openings, operation mode and travel prices are posted constantly. An updated diagram of subway lines was placed on the website on February 12. Barnaul Metro has official accounts on Twitter and Vkontakte social networks. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Barnaul Metro Barnaul    

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