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British Cat Became the 1st Passenger of "Shakespearean Passions" Train
17.10.2016 20:52
British Cat Became the 1st Passenger of

Thematic train "Shakespearean Passions" started to ply on the Arbatsky-Pokrovsky line of the Moscow metro.

      It is no wonder that a thoroughbred British cat became its symbol and the 1st passenger.

      The great English poet was very fond of cats, researchers assume. They refer to the fact that these pets are mentioned in William Shakespeare's immortal works  more than 40 times. Besides, one of his most famous portraits depicts the writer holding a thoroughbred cat in his lap.

       


Sources: http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Metro     

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