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New high-speed train will run from Moscow to Abkhazia
11:53 01.06.2012
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From now on, Russian tourists will travel to the occupied Abkhazia on a new high-speed train.

 

The railway trips will be carried out from today.  From today the 15-carriages train N 075 “Moscow-Sokhumi” will run every day from Moscow’s Kursk station. 

 

The train is equipped with bio-toilets and a restaurant.

The electric train “Adler-Sokhumi” is also moving in direction of Sokhumi.

As “Abkhazia.org” reports, for Russian tourists crossing the “Abkhazian-Russian border” is much more convenient with railway transport. 


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