Huge Louis Vuitton will be removed from Red Square
The installation of a gigantic suitcase in Moscow’s Red Square received a lot of criticism.
Read this article from The Moscow Times!
President Vladimir Putin’s administration spoke out in favor of removing a gigantic Louis Vuitton on Red Square on Wednesday, following public about its placement in the historical heart of the Russian capital.
Outrage from all of Russian society began as workers completed the installation on Red Square on Tuesday. By Wednesday afternoon, workers had already begun the structure, which was set to host a six-week exhibition of Louis Vuitton’s luggage.
President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin had not “ written instructions to remove” the installation, but had spoken out in favor of dismantling it.
The move comes after several Communist deputies criticized the Kremlin for allowing the suitcase — which is nine meters tall and 30 meters long — to be set up on Red Square.
“This is a sacred place for the Russian state,” said Sergei Obukhov, a member of the Communist Party Central Committee. “There are some symbols that cannot be or .”
outcry (n) an angry expression of protest or shock by a lot of people, as a reaction to something
echelon (n) one of the levels of status or authority in an organization, or the people at that level
to dismantle (v) to separate the parts of something such as a machine so that they no longer form asingle unit
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