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Built in the fifteenth century and named after an ancient Russian city, Tverskaya Street is the main street in Moscow. Here visitors can see the State Duma, the hotel “National” from the early twentieth century, and the dramatic theatre of Yermolov founded in 1937. The Central Telegraph building constructed in 1927-1930, and building of Mossoviet now owned by the government of Moscow,both also are located on Tverskaya Street. In front of this building there is the monument to the founder of Moscow – Yuri Dolgoruky, which opened in 1954. In Pushkin Square, which is located along the street, there is the monument to the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. On the other side of Tverskaya Street there is a red building which was constructed in the late eighteenth century.  It was later rebuilt in the nineteenth century and since 1924 it has been the Central Museum of the Revolution.

 

 

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