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Three Festive Trams Appeared in Moscow Streets
27.12.2016 20:37
Three Festive Trams Appeared in Moscow Streets

These Christmas and New Year trams are adorned with flickering LED lights. 

      Just like last year, two-car trams  have been selected, each of them decorated with 10 thousand LED lights.

      "Their routes will be changed periodically so that the maximum number of passengers would see them" - the municipal authorities explain.

      The flickering fairy-tale trams will run in the Moscow streets till the 10th of January.

       


Sources: http://tass.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Christmas New Year Moscow Transport   

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