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The Moscow Central Circle or MCC (Russian: Московское це...

wikipedia - 14 Sep 2016
The Moscow Central Circle or MCC (Russian: Московское центральное кольцо, МЦК), designated Line 14 or just Encircle Line (Russian: Окружная линия) and marked in a strawberry red/white color is a 54-kilometre-long (34 mi) orbital urban/metropolitan rail line that encircles historical Moscow. The line is rebuilt from the Little Ring of the Moscow Railway and opened to passengers on 10 September 2016. and is operated by the Moscow Government owned company MKZD through the Mosco
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Moscow's subway length to triple, Mayor Sobyanin vows

TASS - 10 Jul 2018
The transport interchange hub is located at the intersection of Ryazansky Avenue and Nizhegorodskaya Street in southeastern Moscow and the Moscow Central Circle. It is unique because four major thoroughfares will converge there. "New radially extending ...
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Fans at Spain v Russia rode the bus for free

FourFourTwo Australia - 01 Jul 2018
"You can get to the match by metro and MCC [Moscow Central Circle], free shuttles or the accredited taxis, which will take you almost to the stadium. You can also reach the stadium by regular routes of ground transport. The ride is free for Fan ID ...
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Earl Tilford: Summit Asymmetries

Biddeford Journal Tribune - 20 Jul 2018
Old guard Ukrainian Bolshevik Khrushchev was among the few in Stalin's inner circle to survive purges to serve in the Great Patriotic War as a Red Army political officer.Kennedy ...
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Germany Crashes Out of World Cup With a Loss to South Korea

New York Times - 27 Jun 2018
KAZAN, Russia — Germany became the latest defending champion to crash out of the World Cup at the first hurdle, part of a trend but definitely not part of the plan when Germany arrived here loaded with stars and swagger. A smooth-running scoring ...
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Moscow's new ring

Rail Engineer - 05 Dec 2017
The project was formally approved by Vladimir Putin in June 2011, following which RZD and the city government set up a joint-venture company to deliver the project and operate the line which would become the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) railway.
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Russia Finally Falls, Leaving a Trail of Admirers and Doubters

New York Times - 07 Jul 2018
Central Moscow ground to a halt, an impromptu street party that some compared to the celebrations at the end of World War II. From Kaliningrad to Vladivostok, the nation was in thrall. “The entire Russian country is in love with us,” as Cherchesov put it.
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Russia revels in World Cup feelgood factor

Financial Times - 29 Jun 2018
The heavy-handed policing that usually accompanies mass gatherings in Russia has been dropped, allowing supporters from as far away as Peru and Australia to create a party atmosphere around the clock, both in the heart of Moscow and in provincial ...
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Moscow metro flooded by 50000 fans after Germany v Mexico

FourFourTwo Australia - 18 Jun 2018
Head of Moscow's Department for Transport and Road Infrastructure Development Maksim Liksutov said as quoted by the press service that the Moscow public transport system was coping well with transporting fans after the World Cup matches at the ...
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Moscow's Makeover Swaps Soviet Grit for Urban Sparkle

Bloomberg - 10 Aug 2017
Moscow spends 15 percent of its total budget on transportation investment; it has instituted congestion pricing, added a ring road, better connected the outlying neighborhoods, and put in the popular Moscow Central Circle, an aboveground, 54-kilometer ...
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Moscow stations get World Cup selfie spots

BBC News - 22 May 2018
"Many Moscow Central Circle stations are located in the historic city centre, and provide the perfect camera angle for memorable photos," according to the railway press office. Moscow is expecting an influx of fans for the World Cup on 14-15 July, and ...

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