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Opening Date of Concert Hall with World's Biggest Clock in Moscow Announced
28.02.2017 17:24
Opening Date of Concert Hall with World's Biggest Clock in Moscow Announced

Ultra-modern building in the "Moscow City" business center is almost ready. Attention is drawn to the giant clock, which is going to be in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest in the world.

      Concert cineplex in the "Moscow City" will be opened in December 2017. The ultramodern cultural center will be used for mass entertainment events, concerts and forums. Another peculiarity of the building will be a unique dome. It will look like a dial, with a light arrow showing the time.

      The diameter of the Moscow clock will beat the present Guinness Book record that belongs to one of the buildings in Mecca.

       


Sources: http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow     

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