February 4, 2000

Restoration work on Moscow State University's Stalin-era central tower is underway after years of warnings of the dangers of corroding masonry. A French company plans to replace all acid rain-damaged tiles on the 47-year-old tower by September. Civil engineering experts say that if the work had been put off for another two years, the tower would have been in danger of collapse.

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