Voyagers from Moscow can now read books for nothing on a prepare or plane, as the city has propelled virtual bookshelves at railroad stations and airplane terminals.
Leo Tolstoy Express gets new locally available library benefit.
Leo Tolstoy Express gets new locally available library benefit. Picture by Sergei Fadeichev/Getty
‘A Book for a Trip’ permits travelers to download 150 distinctive ebooks that incorporate a different scope of titles, from Russian writers, for example, Peter Aleshkovsky, the 2016 Russian Booker prize victor, to youngsters’ writing and smash hits, for example, the books by Stieg Larsson or Stephen King. The venture is supported by the Russian Book Union and the Russian Railways and was initially trialed at Moscow’s air terminals in 2015. Moscow prepare stations offering digital book downloads incorporate Belorussky, Kazansky and Paveletsky stations. Books can be effectively downloaded on a perusing gadget by examining the QR code.
For the individuals who favor the great out-dated printed version over ebooks, the Leo Tolstoy express prepare which goes from Moscow to Helsinki now has an open library for travelers. ‘Go with a Book’ is a Russo-Finnish venture sorted out by the Russian Railways and the Embassy of Finland in Moscow from the begin of February to early April. The books accessible for travelers to peruse are by both Russian and Finnish writers and can be essentially requested from the prepare staff.
In 2014 Moscow specialists initially tried an advanced library extend in the city’s metro stations. More than a hundred Russian works of art, for example, Tolstoy, Chekhov, Gogol , Pushkin and Dostoyevsky, were offered to suburbanites as free downloads on prepare stages by filtering a code with a cell phone or a tablet, made less demanding by the establishment of free Wi-Fi on Moscow’s metro framework.
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