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What lies beneath the streets of Moscow

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. For all the latest science news, check out our twice-weekly news rundown, Earth Current....

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.

For all the latest science news, check out our twice-weekly news rundown, Earth Current.

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