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bronze dog at Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro station

Students have been coming here since 1938 to rub the nose of a border guard dog at the Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro station. By the way, touching the dog's nose, the student will successfully pass the session.

It is believed that this tradition was established by students of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, which is located just one metro station away. The tradition is still alive, and even a small queue of sufferers can be seen during the session here. You can also “luckily” touch the paw of a bronze dog.

By the way, there are only four such statues at the station, so opinions differed about which one really brings good luck. Someone rubs everyone, and someone counts the cars — it is believed that the happy statue you are looking for is closest to the third car from the end, going towards Shchyolkovskaya.

In the lobby of Revolution Square there are 76 repeating sculptures of workers, peasants, Stakhanovites and military works by Matvey Manizer, which residents and guests of the capital also touch for happiness. However, all four dogs are paid special attention here: their noses are the most worn, which frightens city defenders.

Students have been coming here since 1938 to rub the nose of a border guard dog at the Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro station. By the way, touching the dog's nose, the student will successfully pass the session.

It is believed that this tradition was established by students of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, which is located just one metro station away. The tradition is still alive, and even a small queue of sufferers can be seen during the session here. You can also “luckily” touch the paw of a bronze dog.

By the way, there are only four such statues at the station, so opinions differed about which one really brings good luck. Someone rubs everyone, and someone counts the cars — it is believed that the happy statue you are looking for is closest to the third car from the end, going towards Shchyolkovskaya.

In the lobby of Revolution Square there are 76 repeating sculptures of workers, peasants, Stakhanovites and military works by Matvey Manizer, which residents and guests of the capital also touch for happiness. However, all four dogs are paid special attention here: their noses are the most worn, which frightens city defenders.

Students have been coming here since 1938 to rub the nose of a border guard dog at the Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro station. By the way, touching the dog's nose, the student will successfully pass the session.

It is believed that this tradition was established by students of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, which is located just one metro station away. The tradition is still alive, and even a small queue of sufferers can be seen during the session here. You can also “luckily” touch the paw of a bronze dog.

By the way, there are only four such statues at the station, so opinions differed about which one really brings good luck. Someone rubs everyone, and someone counts the cars — it is believed that the happy statue you are looking for is closest to the third car from the end, going towards Shchyolkovskaya.

In the lobby of Revolution Square there are 76 repeating sculptures of workers, peasants, Stakhanovites and military works by Matvey Manizer, which residents and guests of the capital also touch for happiness. However, all four dogs are paid special attention here: their noses are the most worn, which frightens city defenders.

Address

“Revolution Square” metro station

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