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Schuchowsk radio tower
The Schuchowsk radio tower is a 150 metre high free standing steel framework tower in Moscow, which was built in 1922 as transmission tower for the Russian broadcasting company and which is named after Vladimir Grigoryevich Shukhov . The Schuchowsk radio tower is not accessible for tourists and consists of a steel framework construction in form of a frustrum.
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