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Funicular to Connect Luzhniki and Vorobyovy Hills for FIFA
9.03.2017 19:45
Funicular to Connect Luzhniki and Vorobyovy Hills for FIFA

The construction works proceed as planned, so the new wire cableway should open on time.

      By the start of the FIFA a wire cableway will be laid between the Luzhniki Sports Complex and the Vorobyovy Hills in Moscow.

      Upon reconstruction the number of seats at the Luzhniki stadium will reach 81 000. The stands will be closer to the playing ground. In addition, a single management center will be put into operation. Viewers will be able to watch matches on two large screens.

      It is a reminder that the  opening ceremony, one of the semifinals and the main battle of the championship will take place at the scene.

       


Sources: Https://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

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