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Archaeological Pavilion to Appear in Zaryadye Park of Moscow
10.05.2016 15:54
Archaeological Pavilion to Appear in Zaryadye Park of Moscow

Muscovites and tourists will have a chance to see what Moscow looked like back in the 16th-17th centuries.

      Archeologists have found remains of ancient wooden houses and a wooden pavement in the territory of the future park Zaryadye. It is on their basis that a fragment of ancient Great Street will be reconstructed.

      Besides appearance of old Moscow, will present to visitors of the archaeological pavilion other historical finds: Old Russian household items, silver coins and birchbark manuscript.

      Zaryadye Park is being created in the area of the demolished Russia hotel near the Kitay Gorod metro station. It will become a remarkable sight with a concert hall, an ice cave, a landscape park, a scientific and informative center, as well as cafes and restaurants.

      

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeological Pavillions Zaryadye Archeological Sites   

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