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Moscow - Not Just a City
25.01.2015 10:51
Moscow - Not Just a City
(Source: http://urbanlook.ru/moskva-ne-prosto-gorod)

Moscow has gained its tourism symbols and slogan, as the Information Centre of the Moscow Government reported.

      As the Chairman of the Committee on Tourism and Hospitality Management Sergei Shpilko narrated, the new symbols will be used for exhibitions and other tourism events. The logo is already legally protected. It represents the name of the capital in colored letters (a unique font was used for the image). The slogan in Russian means “Not just a city” (sounding “Ne prosto gorod”).




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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