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"Soaring" Bridge in the Heart of Moscow May Hit Guinness Book
6.05.2017 13:07

The new facility includes unique elements used in world practice for the first time.

      The unique "soaring" bridge that is being constructed in the new educational-entertaining park Zaryadye in the center of Moscow is worthy of being recorded in the Guinness Book. The chief architect of Moscow, Sergey Kuznetsov has commented on this. The official noted that "the case has come under review" in regards of entering the bridge into the Guinness Book of Records.





This is due to a 70-meter bridge console. Thanks to groundbreaking technical and technological solutions used by developers and builders, the structure will "soar" over the embankment and make one of the park’s highlights.

       Earlier it was reported about an Ice Cave arranged in the future park Zaryadye: this excursion and study complex will consist of ice-covered halls. The Cave will tell visitors about the Arctic nature. The park will be opened in the center of Moscow, at the former site of the Hotel Russia. Its opening in September will be timed to the 870th anniversary of Moscow.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow     

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