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Moscow builds monument to @
12.11.2008 16:33
Moscow builds monument to @

A monument to the @ symbol will soon appear on one of Moscow's streets, Interfax reports. The project has already been approved by the city's Monumental Art Commission.
      Despite objections by Commission Head Lev Lavrenov, big part of its members voted in favour of the monument, saying the capital lacks modern decorative elements.
      The project authors came up with the idea of a free WiFi zone in the surrounding area. They believe this could attract quite a few internet buffs.
      It remains to be seen where the monument will appear and how the organizers are going to settle the @ copyright issues.


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