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The historic center of Moscow during the time of isolation has lost much of its advantages in the spheres of trade, services and domestic comfort, and then caught up with the residential areas of the city. They, on the contrary, have not lost their potential during the period of quarantine. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to the study of the Moscow center of urban studies.
In the Central districts of Moscow has left at least 20 per cent from the previous set of services. In these areas historic buildings there are approximately 10 thousand people per square kilometer. Whereas in areas on the outskirts where the density can reach 30 thousand people per square kilometer, there are more green spaces and spacious yards. Also, there are virtually no noticeable changes in the commercial areas.
The worst districts of Moscow for the isolation was Konkovo, zyuzino, Kotlovka, Academic and Northern Butovo. There is a low level of insolation (low percentage of residential homes that face the South and South-East), a small area of yards and poor availability of commercial facilities.
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