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  • 13.10.2015 09:08    Rubrics:  Society  
  • Amphitheatre will be transported to Konev Street

  • Inhabitants of Vologda made the decision to transport the amphitheatre from Revolution Square to the area near the sports complex “Vologda” in Konev Street according to the results of the voting announced by Vologda’s Mayor Yevgeny Shulepov.

    It is worth reminding that last week the Mayor suggested that local residents should choose the future place for the amphitheatre themselves. A special section on the website of Yevgeny Shulepov was made for it: evgeniyshulepov.ru/vologda/suggestions.

    The voting lasted for several days. About 1500 suggestions were received during this time. Over 70 percent of local citizens cast their votes for the area near the sports complex “Vologda”.

    “Taking into account that people have voted for the transfer of the amphitheatre, now we will have to decide how we can transport it to Konev Street. It is a one-piece construction that cannot be disassembled. Therefore we will have to saw it up, to deliver in parts and to assemble on a new site. Sponsors will reimburse all expenses for dismantling, transportation and assemblage. Now we are deciding together with architects how to transfer the structure and are making arrangements about the project financing with business”, reported Anton Musikhin, Deputy Mayor, Head of the Department of Urban Development and Infrastructure of the Vologda City Administration.

    It should be added that citizens of Vologda also suggested the following variants during the voting: the Children’s Park in Revolution Square, the Kovyrinsky Garden, the Kremlin Garden, the exhibition ground of wooden house-building “Vologda’s village”, Fedulov Square, the Prechistenskaya Embankment, the Museum of Architecture and Ethnography in the village of Semenkovo, the village of Striznevo and the settlement of Maysky.

Press-service of the Vologda City Administration

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