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MOSCOW, August 15. /TASS/. Exhibition of archaeological finds made during works on the improvement programme, My street, was opened in the Museum of Moscow. On Tuesday on his page in social network “Vkontakte” announced the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.
“Saying that we will preserve archaeological finds made during works on the program “My street”. And today, the day of the archaeologist in the Museum of Moscow opened a large exhibition of artifacts. Come see them first,” he wrote.
Earlier, the municipality of the capital reported that the total for the exhibition will prepare about fifty exhibits. One of them will include a unique scraper Mesolithic, was found on Pokrovsky Boulevard, a copper coin of the eighteenth century with the Boulevard ring and silver hidden in a chess Bishop. Chess treasure that was found on Prechistenka, refers to the reign of Ivan the terrible . Archaeologists suggest that the owner did not want to keep money in the jug and hid them in a nonstandard way – in an empty bone shapes.
For the first time publicly show the artifacts that were found near a secret room at the base of the Kitay-Gorod wall, opposite the Church of St. John the theologian under the Elm. It lead bullets, metal buttons, iron arrow, a Cannonball, and a fragment of red clay ceramics of the XVI century, discovered near the Lubyanka square and the New square.
My street is the largest improvement project in the modern history of Moscow. In 2015, the reconstruction of more than a hundred streets, and this year the program will be improved 89 urban areas – streets, squares, promenades and other public spaces.
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