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What lies beneath the streets of Moscow

Cathedral of the Assumption, circa 1914. Photo by Gilbert H. Grosvenor, NGS.

Since the end of the Soviet era, archaeologists have unearthed a treasure trove of information on the mysteries beneath Moscow’s streets. Mammoth bones have been found beneath the city’s “Golden Mile” and stone tools near the Kremlin.

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