By James McAdam 2001-01-23T00:00:00
Like Ostankino, the telecoms tower which suffered a disastrous fire last year, Moscow's architecture is all about display, with a distinct lack of emphasis on either safety or detailing. James McAdam ponders on how architecture reflects politics in post-Soviet Russia.
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