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Paris metro station to be decorated with a Russian-tale stain-glass window
14.11.2007 19:37
Paris metro station to be decorated with a Russian-tale stain-glass window

A stain-glass window Chicken Ryaba, a character from Russian fairy-tales, composed of Moscow and Russian symbols has been presented to Paris Metro by Moscow Metro.
      
      The stain-glass window is three by six meters. The picture of Chicken Ryaba is made up of the Kremlin star, golden domes, two-headed eagle, samovar, the center element is Malevich Black Square. At that, the composition contains an extract from the fairy-tale about Chicken Ryaba in French and in Russian.
      
      The stain-glass window Chicken Ryaba is to decorate the Paris metro station Madeleine in May 2008.
      
      In November 2006, thanks to the Paris Transport Department RATP, the hall of Kiyevskaya Metro station in Moscow was designed like Paris metro.
      
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