In Moscow on 1 September, will cover a number of streets for the celebration of Eid al-Adha

© RIA Novosti / Grigory to Sysoeva in photobacteria of Eid al-Adha in Moscow. Archival photoIn Moscow on 1 September, will cover a number of streets for the celebration of Eid al-Adha© RIA Novosti / Grigory to Sysoeva the image Bank

On several streets in Moscow to celebrate the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr September 1, will impose restrictions for the passage of vehicles, told RIA Novosti the Metropolitan Department of regional security and combating corruption.

The movement of vehicles will be restricted from 02.00 to 11.00 (GMT) near Moscow’s Cathedral mosque on the streets Durov, Shchepkina (a site from street Samara to the Garden ring), middle class street, the street Gilyarovskogo (site of Chepelskogo lane to the Garden ring), Kapellskar lane (the section from Prospekt Mira to the street Gilyarovskogo) and in Vypolzov pereulok house district 7.

There will be limited street near the Historic mosque — Big Tatar, Stary Tolmachevsky pereulok, Maly Tatarsky pereulok, Klimentovsky pereulok, Ozerkovskaya lane. A partial overlap will be put on the street yuzhnobutovskaya (site of Ostaf street to Buninskaya Avenue), on the streets of Minsk (the area from Mosfilmovskaya street to Kutuzovsky Prospekt) and on Andropov Avenue opposite the house 11, the housing 2.

Near mosques «Yardyam» and «Inam» on the street Khachaturian (site of Altuf’evskoe shosse street Otradnaya) from 04.00 to 11.00 am (GMT) movement of vehicles will be difficult due to limitation of motion in the right lane. Also on this stretch of street will be temporarily suspended embarkation and disembarkation of passengers of ground public transport. On the same day from 07.00 to 08.30 (GMT) will be closed metro station «Minsk» for entrance of the passengers, said the Agency.

Eid al-Adha is one of two major holidays in Islam, the feast of the Hajj, which is celebrated 70 days after Uraza-Bairam.

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