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A New Pedestrian Zone will be Created in Moscow (video)
4.11.2018 23:48
A New Pedestrian Zone will be Created in Moscow (video)

A pedestrian boulevard with art objects, a branch of the Hermitage and a theater will appear on the territory of the former ZIL plant in the south of Moscow.

      High-tech benches with Wi-Fi and original art objects will appear on the new boulevard, which will be named after the Vesnins brothers. In fact, it will become a new resting place for Muscovites and guests of the capital. It will be almost equal to the historic Arbat in length.

      The Hermitage’s branch, a theater center, art galleries, a large department store, a market, cafes, restaurants, fitness clubs and other facilities will be constructed  on the boulevard.
In addition, more than a hundred large trees are planned to be planted along the boulevard, including lindens, poplars, maples and pines up to 30 meters high. Flower gardens will be given a special place in landscaping. More than 15,000 flowers and grasses will be planted on the territory.

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      The area of ​​the boulevard will be almost 14 thousand square meters.
 Fans of an active lifestyle will appreciate the convenience and length of bike paths with 14 bicycle parking lots. Light navigation will work for pedestrians in the dark. Embedded LED ribbons will highlight steps, bends of walking paths, as well as architectural elements.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Moscow parks Hermitage   

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