First citizens of Sochi, displaced due to construction of Olympic facilities, move to new houses

27 January 2011 - 7:29pm

The keys for the first houses in the Tavricheskaya neighbourhood were
given to the Sochi residents who were previously forced to vacate
their houses in connection with the construction of facilities for the
2014 Olympics, reports.

A total of 171 new houses have been built. As a result of the first
phase, more than 50 houses are ready to live in.

The buildings are one and two-storey detached houses.

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