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Robotic Giant Yuri Dolgoruky to Appear in Moscow
10.08.2017 12:56
Robotic Giant Yuri Dolgoruky to Appear in Moscow

On August 18 visitors to the Brateevsky Park will be greeted by a giant robot standing for Yuri Dolgoruki, the founder of Moscow.

      The five-meter prince Yuri Dolgoruky will be dressed in armor with a red cloak and equipped with a sword. All comers will have a chance to exchange greetings with the prince, ask him questions and observe his hands and head moving.

      The robot will stand on a huge clock, with the diameter of ten meters. With its weapon, the princely robot will point the time until the multitude of festive events expected in Moscow on August 19 and 20.


      


Sources: http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Prince Yuri Dolgoruky Moscow Parks    

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