A cable car to China is under construction in Russia’s Blagoveshchensk

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    The construction of the world’s first cross-border cable car from Russia to China began in Blagoveshchensk. According to Mikhail Sanin, head of construction with the Ingrad group of companies, the carriages will have a capacity of up to 110 people.

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