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Over the course of a month, more than 31 thousand people became spectators of the new lighting show “Moscow Speaks!”, which takes place in the “Moscow Model” pavilion. This was announced by the head of the capital’s Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkin.

“Lighting shows are an integral part of the Model of Moscow pavilion at VDNKh. At the beginning of every hour on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends and holidays, visitors can enjoy light shows against the backdrop of the architectural model of the city,” said Sergei Levkin.

Show “Moscow Speaks!” immerses viewers in the rhythm of the metropolis: the noise of the capital’s metro, announcements at train stations, the striking of the Kremlin chimes, the ringing of the bells of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and other sounds. In addition to it, several more performances are shown in the “Moscow Model” pavilion, including “Moscow Windows”, “The Best City on Earth”, “I Walk Through Moscow”, “Architectural Styles” and “Metropolis Moscow”. The show “History of Moscow” talks about the formation and development of the capital, the show “Seasons” features poems by famous authors, the show “Bulgakov’s Moscow” is dedicated to the places where the action of the novel “The Master and Margarita” took place.

You can visit the “Moscow Model” pavilion and use its services for free. On the site provides more detailed information about the work, the schedule of lighting shows and VR attractions. You can sign up for excursions not only there, but also through the “Moscow Layout” mobile application. The pavilion is open from 10:00 to 20:00 every day except Monday.

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