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A New Pedestrian Zone will Appear at the Patriarchal Bridge in Moscow
5.07.2019 16:09
 A New Pedestrian Zone will Appear at the Patriarchal Bridge in Moscow

A new pedestrian area with a cultural center and amphitheaters will appear in the center of Moscow between Bersenevskaya and Yakimanskaya embankments. 

      In fact, it will become a new center of gravity in the existing pedestrian route from the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, across the Patriarchal bridge towards Zamoskvorechye. The total area of the pedestrian zone will be 9.1 thousand square meters. 

      It is planned to implement the project in one stage both at the expense of the investor’s funds and at the expense of the Moscow budget.


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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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