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In 1935, Barsch and Zunblad’s five-storey apartment building, Zhurgaz House, was erected near  El Lissitzky’s JSC Ogonek printing plant in the centre of Moscow. The house was the victim of a suspected arson attack in 2008, and both buildings are now under

Outrage: Campaigners out 'cultural vandalism' in Moscow

Moscow authorities’ campaign of ‘cultural vandalism’ continues apace

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