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It is the 15th of thematic composition, which began to ply in the capital’s metro this year.

In the Moscow metro started a new themed train, dedicated to the work of children’s writer Sergei Mikhalkov. It runs on the Ring line.

On Board the train and his head coach portraits of the writer, as well as an inscription: “Today children — tomorrow people.” Inside the walls of the cars you can see pictures of Sergei Mikhalkov different years, as well as illustrations of well — known artists Fyodor Fyodor and Ekaterina lemkul, Victor Chizhikova, Evgenia Racheva and others.

“Train, dedicated to the life and work of Sergei Mikhalkov, is the 15th of thematic composition, is running on the line of the Moscow metro this year. During the six months that it will be run on the circle line, about three million passengers will be able to take a fascinating journey into the world of the great writer,” — said Julia Temnikova, Deputy head of the Metropolitan development client services and working with passengers.

Each car of the devoted to separate works of the poet. It “Poems for children”, the famous “Uncle Stepa”, “Tales”, “Fables”. In addition, in the carriages placed information on the key moments of the biography of the writer, connected with the great Patriotic war and the creation of the State anthem and also with the work in the satirical magazine “Wick”. A separate carriage train decorated with pictures of the winners of international competition “I am a pencil and paper took…”, which was dedicated to the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Mikhalkov.

On the Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya metro line put a train dedicated to Oleg TabakovExhibition center metro station: on the circle line let the train, dedicated to the 80th anniversary exhibition

A new exhibit nominal composition was prepared by the Russian Fund of culture together with the Moscow metro, the Russian Fund of the rights holders and literary project “Today’s children — tomorrow people.”

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