The Northern River Terminal is an architectural monument of the 1930s, one of Moscow’s recognizable and popular symbols. River ships that departed from here reached five seas: the Azov, Black, Caspian, Baltic, and White Seas.
Today, the North River Terminal is not only a transport hub, but also a well-appointed urban space, a place of leisure and recreation for people, and an “aesthetic magnet” of the district.
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