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A New Ski Slope will Open in the Western Part of Moscow
26.10.2018 17:14
A New Ski Slope will Open in the Western Part of Moscow

 A children’s ski slope will open in the western part of Moscow at the beginning of winter as a part of a new residential complex. It is scheduled to open the children’s ski slope in December of this year.

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      The length of the slope will make up 60 meters. It is noted that the height difference from start to finish will be five meters. One will be able to reach the top with a lift. A polymer coating will allow to engage in winter sports all year round, as the press service explained.

      The ski complex will be located on Mosfilmovskaya Street in Ramenki city district of the capital.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Russian winter    

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