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Five Free-of-charge Binoculars Appeared On Observation Platform Of Vorobyovy Gory
3.12.2017 18:29
Five Free-of-charge Binoculars Appeared On Observation Platform Of Vorobyovy Gory

Five free-of-charge small-scale binoculars were returned to the observation platform on Vorobyovy Gory in front of the main building of Lomonosov Moscow State University. The platform is located at one of the highest points of the capital, at an altitude of 80 meters above the level of the Moscow River.

      From this place you can now review the “Luzhniki” Great Sports Arena, Luzhnetskaya embankment and “Moscow City” skyscrapers in all details. Free-of-charge binoculars are now located on the city’s observation platforms at the “Kolomenskoye” museum-reserve and at the Ostankino TV-tower at an altitude of 337 meters. Paid binoculars are established at the entrance to Gorky Park, at the towers “Vostok” and “Federation” of the “Moscow City” complex, at the Central Children’s Store and at the observation platform of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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