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Moscow Diorama

A miniature copy of Moscow in the 1970s is a model 16 meters wide, 10 meters deep and 6 meters high. Initially, the diorama was located in a special isolated round hall with the latest technical equipment. The observation deck could accommodate up to 200 visitors.

The exhibition has gained great popularity: millions of people from all over the world have had the opportunity to see it. During the 1980 Olympics, it was presented at VDNH, and three years earlier, astronaut Neil Armstrong even made an attempt to buy a diorama for the famous Disneyland Park, but, fortunately, did not achieve appropriate permission.

The miniature copy of Moscow is notable for the fact that the detail of the objects is made at the highest level and allows you to plunge into the past, as houses, streets and roads correspond to the reality of that time.

Now the diorama is on display at the Radisson Royal Hotel. Here you can not only watch it, but also listen to an audio guide.

A miniature copy of Moscow in the 1970s is a model 16 meters wide, 10 meters deep and 6 meters high. Initially, the diorama was located in a special isolated round hall with the latest technical equipment. The observation deck could accommodate up to 200 visitors.

The exhibition has gained great popularity: millions of people from all over the world have had the opportunity to see it. During the 1980 Olympics, it was presented at VDNH, and three years earlier, astronaut Neil Armstrong even made an attempt to buy a diorama for the famous Disneyland Park, but, fortunately, did not achieve appropriate permission.

The miniature copy of Moscow is notable for the fact that the detail of the objects is made at the highest level and allows you to plunge into the past, as houses, streets and roads correspond to the reality of that time.

Now the diorama is on display at the Radisson Royal Hotel. Here you can not only watch it, but also listen to an audio guide.

A miniature copy of Moscow in the 1970s is a model 16 meters wide, 10 meters deep and 6 meters high. Initially, the diorama was located in a special isolated round hall with the latest technical equipment. The observation deck could accommodate up to 200 visitors.

The exhibition has gained great popularity: millions of people from all over the world have had the opportunity to see it. During the 1980 Olympics, it was presented at VDNH, and three years earlier, astronaut Neil Armstrong even made an attempt to buy a diorama for the famous Disneyland Park, but, fortunately, did not achieve appropriate permission.

The miniature copy of Moscow is notable for the fact that the detail of the objects is made at the highest level and allows you to plunge into the past, as houses, streets and roads correspond to the reality of that time.

Now the diorama is on display at the Radisson Royal Hotel. Here you can not only watch it, but also listen to an audio guide.

Address

prosp. Kutuzovsky 2/1, bldg. 1

Website

https://www.ukraina-hotel.ru/services/culture-and-art

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/miniatyurnaya-kopiya-moskvy/

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