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Restored "Cosmos" Pavilion Opens at ENEA Today
12.04.2018 09:33

 April 12, the Astronautics Day, is celebrated today with the opening of the "Cosmos" Pavilion at the ENEA, Moscow. The reconstruction of the building of the famous museum pavilion has been completed. The builders have restored its decor and unique glass dome. The star-shaped golden chandelier is back in its traditional place high inside the dome. The pavilion will house two expositions, one dedicated to the outer space exploration, and the other to aviation. At the exhibition, visitors will learn about the history of the space and aircraft industry, as well as about its future prospects. It should be mentioned that a large-scale overall restoration is taking place at the ENEA. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: ENEA Astronautics Day Space Exploration   

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