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A Hotel Will be Opened In Lyubvino Manor
16.05.2017 00:44
A Hotel Will be Opened In Lyubvino Manor

The building of the Moscow “Lyubvino” Manor will be restored, they will open a small hotel there, as the head of the Ruzsky district Maksim Tarkhanov told to journalists on Thursday. “The decision on the restoration of the Manor of “Lyubvino” has been taken. A museum and a small hotel will be opened there, a place for weddings will also be arranged” – M. Tarkhanov stated.

      According to him, during this and the next years it is planned to prepare a project of restoration and adaptation of historical buildings of the Manor to modern conditions. The main building of the manor was built in the early 20th century. In recent years the Manor has been standing closed and was never used.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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