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The world's largest flower clock is set to begin working in Moscow on May 1
The world's largest flower clock is set to begin working in Moscow on May 1, according to the Moscow government's press office. The clock was assembled using 15,000 violets and begonias, and will be able to display the time until the fall. In addition, more than 1.5 million tulips and narcissus will decorate Moscow's streets and squares for the May celebrations. Despite the cool weather, city workers hope the flowers will bloom by May 1. In addition, there are plans to plant nearly 400,000 pansies. A wide variety of spring flowers will be displayed at the Rechnii station. There on an area of 4,000 square meters, 300,000 assorted crocuses, begonias and primroses have already been planted. About 1,300 flower vases will also be placed around the capital's flowerbeds, squares and pavilions. More than 300 city landmarks will be decorated with flowers.
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