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Three Most Photographed Objects In Moscow
24.10.2014 17:12
Three Most Photographed Objects In Moscow

The Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Red Square, and the Moscow Zoo are the three most photographed objects in the Russian capital, as Turizm.Ru writes citing a study by “Yandex”.

      “People in Moscow, just like in the majority of other cities of Russia, often photograph religious buildings - churches, monasteries, mosques, synagogues, etc. The second place is taken by different buildings: palaces, castles, fortresses, kremlins, estates, railway stations, urban high-rise buildings and so on”- the press service of “Yandex” reported.

      In addition to the historic buildings the top-10 includes the towers “Federation” and “Evolution” located in the business centre “Moskva City”. The company said that the study was conducted with the help of the service “Yandeks.Fotki” (“Yandex. Photos”).

      Every day users upload about 240 thousand photos to the service. The location is indicated on 4% of them. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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