I couldn’t miss putting into operation of the 2 new Moscow subway stations. I had been waiting for half an hour at the Trubnaya station until the first train left for Dostoevskaya. People were gathering, but the trains were dropping them off, waiting for bosses to inspect the new stations. Approximately at 2 p.m., the boarding was finally announced. I decided to begin the inspection with Dostoevskaya: the name is done in familiar style.
Eugene Gapon was born and raised in Belarus. He graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and currently lives in Moscow, Russia. What he enjoys most is learning about new technologies and entrepreneurship.
He is also the Co-Founder and CTO at Frent, a travel company that provides tours in Moscow. Frent gives you an opportunity to enjoy the local spirit with a local friend, who fluently speaks your language. He also writes about Moscow on the frent blog and you can follow him on Twitter.
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