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The House of Culture will appear in one of the shops of the «Serp i Molot» («Hammer and Sickle») former plant
The House of Culture and Music will be opened in the industrial building of the «Serp i Molot» («Hammer and Sickle») former plant after its reconstruction, said Juliana Knyazhevskaya, the Chairman of Moskomarkhitektura.
29 August 2018
In winter, new skating rinks may be built on the embankments near ZIL
New ice rinks might appear in winter on the reconstructed embankments near the area of the former Likhachev plant.
27 August 2018
A trampoline for baby-goats and a slide for ducks
In fall, a large-scale reconstruction of the children’s section of the Moscow zoo will be completed. It might be open for visitors as early as in the beginning of next year.
21 August 2018
A 3D facade imitating a forest: New and unusual fitness centres in Moscow
Moskomarkhitektura has approved plans for new family fitness centres.
17 August 2018
Front of VDNKh’s Agriculture Pavilion restored back to its original look
The front of the pavilion was restored alongside sculptures and tainted glass. Once renovated, the pavilion will become home to a museum of Russian writing.
16 August 2018
Massive shampooing job: Sprucing up the metro and MCC
Hallways, platforms, underpasses and façades will be washed using special shampoos.
14 August 2018
How to Transform a Waterfront
As more cities envision their waterfronts as lively public destinations that keep people coming back, PPS outlines the following principles to make that happen.
13 August 2018
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