Died “the voice of the St. Petersburg metro”

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On 73-m to year of life has died the TV host and speaker Michael Bulls. It is reported by “Moskovsky Komsomolets” with reference to press-service of the Petersburg underground.

Bykov was known as the “voice of the St. Petersburg metro”. The press service noted that the written Declaration was the hallmark of the Metropolitan of St. Petersburg. Shortly before his death, the Bulls managed to record voice announcements for new stations underground, which are about to open.

Bykov began his career at the Leningrad radio. In his youth he wanted to become an actor. Since 1970, he voiced on television Saint-Petersburg concerts, newsreels, and transfer. His recorded voice announcing the next stop that sound in the train cars, and the service information metro.

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