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Eurovision-2009 going to paralyse Moscow traffic near Olympijsky for 6 days
7.05.2009 11:35
Eurovision-2009 going to paralyse Moscow traffic near Olympijsky for 6 days

The traffic near the venue of Eurovision - Olympijsky sports complex will be blocked off during the competition from 11th till 16th for reasons of safety. The streets Samarskaya, Durova and Shchepkina will be cordoned off during this time. For the transport belonging to the delegations of participating countries the parking is to be organized by the hotels.
      Meanwhile the area where the Olympijsky sports complex is situated is famous by its traffic jams, so these measures cannot be considered as something extraordinary. It will be something like jam which has reached its perfection.


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