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Shakespearean Train Appeared in Moscow Metro
24.05.2016 14:49
Shakespearean Train Appeared in Moscow Metro

Moscow Metro jointly with the British Council have presented a special poetic train with the exposition Shakespearean Passions today.


      The train start is timed to the Year of Language and Literature in Russia and Great Britain as well as the 400th anniversary since the death of William Shakespeare.


      The exposition of the train Poetry in Metro,  which plies on the Filevsky line presents the poet's works both in traditional ways and in modern interpretation, through the language of Internet symbols.


      The wagons dedicated to Shakespeare's creativity are equipped with selfie points and access to a special Internet platform, where passengers can learn more about the playwright, download a game application and participate in competitions providing a set of prizes.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Metro Moscow    

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