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Wi-Fi will appear on cemeteries in Moscow

Moscow authorities decided to organize free Wi-Fi zones at the most famous cemeteries in the city.

“Wireless Internet will be available in the first half of 2016 in the open areas of the Vagankovsky, Novodevichy and Troekurovsky cemeteries,” the city government portal reports, citing data from the head of the Ritual service bureau Artem Yekimov.

According to him, free access to the Internet “will make visiting cemeteries more convenient and, among other things, will be of an educational nature”. So, online, every person who is interested in the personality of the buried person or the monument at his grave will be able to get the necessary information about him online.

In addition, according to the head of the enterprise, the Internet will allow “downloading” a map of the cemetery.

The wireless network should be operational in the first half of 2016. Now the specialists of "Ritual" are preparing documents for a tender for providers.

Earlier, "Forum" wrote that in Yalta, Crimea, Passed exhibition of coffins and funeral accessories. Visitors could not only see, but also buy the selected coffin. At the entrance, visitors paid 10 dollars.

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