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Running route Stalin's High-Rises

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Diana Akhmadishina, captain of the Adidas Runners Moscow association, has shared a running route that showcases the monumental architecture of the 'first Soviet skyscrapers'. Stalin's high-rises were built in 1947–1957 and quickly became landmarks of the capital. Their construction utilised a number of technologies that were quite unique for the time. For example, the Krasnye Vorota Square high-rise was built using the technique of ground freezing, as the building was erected on unstable water-saturated drifting soils.

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