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Central House of Artist to be Demolished
26.08.2008 13:23
Central House of Artist to be Demolished
Central House of Artist

The famous Central House of Artist in Krymsky Val, Moscow, will be pulled down when a new building for artists has been built.
      Presently the project of constructing a new building for artists in Krymsky Val. After the opening of the new building the Central House of Artist will be demolished and a new one will be erected on its place the Moscow Deputy Mayor said.
      Let us recall that the authorities of the State Tretyakov Gallery and Confederation of Artists that are in charge of the Central House of Artists in Moscow are worried about the plans of the Inteko building company to raise a new building complex named Apelsin (Orange; shaped like an orange) on the place of the Central House of Artist.
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