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FIFA Russia: Pick up the Perfect Location for the First Photo in Moscow
May 29, 2018 09:40


Green stickers in shaped as cameras with the inscription “Taking photographs is allowed” will appear at nine capital train stations. They will help tourists and fans of the World Cup soccer pick up the perfect location for the first photo in Moscow, as the website of the Mayor and the government of the capital reported on Monday.

The stickers will be seen in waiting rooms, business areas, aprons and on the station squares.

An average of 20 of these stickers will be found at each of these stations. The same stickers will appear on all stations of the Moscow Central Ring, 48 railway platforms and in the buildings of 13 transfer hubs. A total of 190 green stickers will be placed on the Moscow Central Ring, in the places with the best camera angles for the photos, as the report on the website says.

The campaign will be launched on the eve of the World Cup. Its goal is to popularize amateur photography and remind passengers and tourists that the first beautiful picture can be taken right at once – after getting off the train. For example, many stations of Moscow Central Ring are located within the historic district of Moscow. There you can find great camera angles for photos.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: FIFA Russia 2018     

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