Works for metro station ”Admiralteyskaya”

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Taken the 30/07/09
The station's existence has been controversial for decades. Although the need for the station was apparent to the Metro planners for over three decades, the actual construction proved to be a difficult process. The station was to be built close to Hermitage, several notable museums and several buildings designated as federal landmarks, which raised fears that those buildings would be adversely affected by construction. Thus, finding the location of the exit proved to be difficult task that, after multiple attempts, was finally resolved on February 7, 2007. According to the city officials, it will be built on the site of the apartment building at #1/4 on Kirpichny Alley. The building was to be torn down so that a vestibule could be built in its place.

It is citation from WIKIPEDIA - please read full article.

The nearest building decorated by small fountain is former Wawelberg Trade Bank built in 1911-1912 by architect Marian Marianovich Peretyatkovich (http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marian_Peretiatkovich )
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Andrew Varlamov
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Latitude: 59° 56' 11" N, Longitude: 30° 18' 52" E see »

Location: St Petersburg, Russian Federation

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Great panorama Andrew !!!!!. The read the full article, very interesting. ;).
By Bernard Custard Gascó dD-Multimedia.com | 04/09/09 - 12:06:54 GMT +0200
Pardon, but WIKI has no Spanich article about this place.
By Andrew Varlamov | 04/09/09 - 12:09:45 GMT +0200
It´s not a problem Andrew. Many spanish people know english so don´t worry. And if someone doesn´t know they can use tools as google translator that it´s not perfect but it helps to understand it.

Thanks!!!
By Bernard Custard Gascó dD-Multimedia.com | 04/09/09 - 12:21:02 GMT +0200

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