MOSCOW – Visitors of the world cup football in Russia do not need to look far for the perfect spot for a selfie as they arrive in Moscow, because train stations in the capital put special ‘selfie-locations’, message to the BBC.
Russia expects to have a large number of visitors during the world cup.
Passengers arriving at the stations enables the locations identified by a green sticker with a smiley face and the message “photos allowed”. This is done on the nine main stations in the centre of Moscow, just in time for the world CHAMPIONSHIPS that will be held this summer. Russia expects to have a large number of visitors during the world cup. The Russian Railways want this photography to encourage and tourists the opportunity to take a perfect picture as soon as they get off the train steps.