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Capital to host Moscow Open tennis tournament
The draw includes 128 players from Russia, Belarus, France, Italy, Morocco, Sweden, Slovakia, and Ukraine.
08 August 2018
Preserving history: City overhauls oldest tram stop
The city has finished restoring the Krasnostudenchesky Proyezd tram stop pavilion, the oldest cast-iron “station” in the city.
06 August 2018
Tsaritsyno Park: Trilingual navigation, squirrel feed, and plenty more
Over 500 signposts, notice boards, and maps in Russian, English and Chinese will be distributed throughout the park.
29 July 2018
Fountains, dinosaurs and outdoor gyms: new features for Moscow parks
It is not only central Moscow that has seen its parks upgraded. Read this Mos.ru article to find out about other places that have recently become much more suitable for strolls, leisure, fun and fitness.
25 July 2018
Working money: How World Cup investment will pay off
Half of the cost of the Luzhniki Stadium project was paid off in a single month.
24 July 2018
Events Sergey Kuznetsov presented a monograph on Zaryadye Park
Within the framework of the Moscow Urban Forum a fundamental publication about the main project of contemporary Russian architecture, Zaryadye Park, was presented.
23 July 2018
The world-class concert hall in Zaryadye was built in three years
A 25.6 thousand-square-meter high-tech multifunctional complex with two halls was designed and built in just three years.
20 July 2018
McKinsey & Company presented the final analysis of successful urban transport systems around the world
Today McKinsey & Company presented their report Elements of success: Urban transportation systems of 24 global cities.
19 July 2018
Creators of Zaryadye: the park exceeded all expectations
Within the framework of the Moscow Urban Forum, co-founder and editor-in-chief of ArchDaily David Basulto presented Building of the Year award to the chief architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov for the Zaryadye Park.
18 July 2018