A pyramid created by Russian engineer Alexander Golod in the Moscow region and demolished by a wind storm on May 29 is planned to be restored, Interfax reports on Monday.
The structure will be erected on Novorizhskoye highway in the Istra district of the Moscow region.
“Yesterday we had just finished the construction of a structure: it is a small 14-meter pyramid. It will take another two weeks, maybe two and a half, to bring it to the point when it will be opened to visitors,” Mr. Golod specified.
He added that in the future, a major pyramid with the height of about 100 meters is planned to be built on the site, however, this project requires a partner.