Photo of the day: Tu-124

A section of a street art object in Kuibysheva Street shows Tu-124, a 56-passenger airliner built in the Soviet Union. The graffiti depicting the history of the Russian aviation is 990 metres long and was created upon the initiative of the Perm Engine Company.

A section of a street art object in Kuibysheva Street shows Tu-124, a 56-passenger airliner built in the Soviet Union. The graffiti depicting the history of the Russian aviation is 990 metres long and was created upon the initiative of the Perm Engine Company.

Maxim Kimerling/TASS
Graffiti in Perm depicts history of Russian aviation

A section of a street art object on Kuibysheva Street in Perm shows Tu-124, a 56-passenger airliner built in the Soviet Union. The graffiti depicting the history of the Russian aviation is 990 metres long and was created upon the initiative of the Perm Engine Company.

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