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268 Fir Trees Will be Installed In Moscow
5.12.2017 17:18
268 Fir Trees Will be Installed In Moscow
(Source: http://tourism.interfax.ru/ru/news/articles)

268 fir trees will be installed in Moscow.

      This year, it is planned to complete all  installations of the New Year's structures by December 15. LED lighting will be used on festive structures and fir trees. This allows saving energy significantly, according to estimates, up to a million kilowatts.

      This year 56 fir trees from the total number in the squares of Moscow will be installed at the expense of sponsors. In total, according to preliminary  estimates, the program of the New Year's decoration of Moscow will require about 600 million rubles.


      
 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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