The first of a new type of bus stop has been set up at Garden Ring near the Obraztsov Central Puppet Theater. It has a larger roof with lighting; a ticket-vending machine which allows payment by credit card; free Wi-Fi ( for 15 minutes) an electronic display which indicates remaining time until the arrival of the next bus; and USB-slots for the charging of mobile devices.
This year the festival will open on September 23 and will last until September 27.
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