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The Observation Zone at an Altitude of 85 Meters Opened In Ostankino
5.08.2017 23:21
The Observation Zone at an Altitude of 85 Meters Opened In Ostankino
(Source: http://tourism.interfax.ru)

The observation zone at an altitude of 85 meters opened on the Ostankino television tower in Moscow, the official portal of the Moscow mayor's office reported.

      A platform with a capacity of up to 10 people is located on a technical balcony, the entrance to which was previously allowed only to meteorologists, the report said. For the safety of guests, a viewing area of ​​10 square meters is surrounded by protective metalwork, all participants of the tour will be given protective helmets.

      Citizens and tourists will be able to see the Botanical Garden, the Ostankino television center, the business center "Moscow City" and other attractions in the western and north-eastern part of the city. The opening of the site is timed to the 50th anniversary of the Ostankino TV tower, which anniversary is celebrated in 2017.

      The meteorological complex of the television tower, which is considered to be the highest in Moscow, was established in 1967.

       For Muscovites and tourists at an altitude of 337 meters there is also a closed observation deck with a panoramic view of the capital.


Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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