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Muscovites will be told about the Far East in the subway

Muscovites will be told about the Far East in the subway
Photo: organizing committee of the Days of the Far East in Moscow

The Moscow Metro hosted a ceremony to launch the Far Eastern Express thematic train. The composition will run on a roundabout. Over the next six months, more than three million passengers will be able to learn about the attractions, economic and tourist potentials of the region.

“You can’t know Russia without visiting the Far East. We invite Muscovites and residents of other regions to Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, to Buryatia and Yakutia, to Primorye and the Khabarovsk Territory, ”said Yury Trutnev, Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, who launched the Far Eastern Express.

The train has five cars in two sections each. They are dedicated to 11 regions of the Far East from Sakhalin to Buryatia. Passengers will be able to see the famous Valley of Geysers, Russky Island, Kuril Islands, Cape Dezhnev and much more. In addition, as previously reported, during the trip it will be possible participate in the quiz and win prizes. 

The start of the train was the first event in the framework of the Days of the Far East in Moscow. Most of the events will be held in December. A Far Eastern fair will take place, an exhibition at the Expocenter, the best employers and investors will receive the Star of the Far East award.    

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