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Izmailovo Park to be Dug
27.03.2009 00:00
Izmailovo Park to be Dug

Moscow authorities plan archeological excavations on the area of the nature and history park of Izmailovo.
      Archeologists will work on the site of the presently lost gardens, yards and other objects of the 17th century. Here they intend to restore the historical monument Strokinskoe Fortification and carry out all necessary restoration works in Izmailovo Island. The city authorities also plan to reconstruct alleys of Vladimir highway and set up 19th century road signs on it.
      As preventive measures, railings will be set up over the distance of 30 thousand meters, and decorative protective plantations will be restored along the road and the park boundaries.


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