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A Window to the Past Opened in the Heart of Moscow
19.10.2018 11:30
A Window to the Past Opened in the Heart of Moscow

The displayed artifacts were unearthed in the course of repairing the streets of Moscow.

      In the Small Zlatoustinsky Lane there is now a shock-resistant glass showcase that displays archeological finds of the XV – XVIII centuries. These include parts of the foundation of a church built in the second half of the XVII century. Along with that, passersby can see the remains of ancient pavements and tombstones.

      All these artifacts were found during the repair of Moscow streets. The items have explanatory sign plates in Russian and English.

      The finds can be observed even in the evening, thanks to lighting. They are protected with anti-vandal alarm. The artifacts are displayed to all comers for free.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeological Finds Moscow    

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