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A Passenger Pier May Be Constructed Near the Zaryadye Park
14.11.2017 17:32
A Passenger Pier May Be Constructed Near the Zaryadye Park

 It is planned to open a passenger pier near the “Zaryadye” park next year, as the president of the Moscow Association of Passenger Fleet Ship Owners Kirill Evdokimov told to journalists on Thursday. 

      The interval between the traffic of river-born revertible ships will be half an hour, each of them will make stops at the piers “Kievsky Railway Station”, “Luzhniki”, “Vorobyovy Gory”, “Gorky Park”, “Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge”, “Zaryadye” and “Novospassky Bridge”.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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