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Navigation On Neva Was Opened Earlier Than Usual
10.04.2015 16:28
Navigation On Neva Was Opened Earlier Than Usual

Navigation on Neva opened last weekend in connection with the requests of shipowners and favorable weather conditions. “This year navigation opened a little earlier, on April 4, because good weather has established” - the press service of the Main Directorate of the Emergency Situations Ministry for St. Petersburg explained.

      In accordance with the order of the FBI “Administration of the Volga-Baltic Basin of Inland Waterways”, navigation opened on the sections of the Neva from Blagoveshchensnky Bridge to Bolshoy Obukhovsky Bridge and on Malaya Neva - from the source to Tuchkova Bridge. Navigation on small rivers and channels of St. Petersburg remains closed.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Neva St. Petersburg    

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