The wolrd is indeed a strange place, isn’t it? Interestingly so. While we are struggling to have something running in Kenya, in some places it’s in excess. Internet connectivity in Moscow Russia is now available, not just for the living, but for the dead as well.

According to Moscow City, people visiting the targeted cemeteries will have access to free Wi-Fi and can browse at their own pleasure.The cemeteries include Novodevichy, Troyekurovskoye and Vagankovo. This is to begin this year.

Novodevichy, one of the cemeteries.
Novodevichy, one of the cemeteries.

Cemetery Services of Moscow Executive Mr. Artem Yekimo said that the main aim of installing the Wi-Fi services is to help visitors google history of great persons burried in the three cemeteries like famous writer Anthon Chekhov, Former USSR president Nikita Khrushchev and former Russian president Boris Yeltsin.

The three selected cemeteries are the ones mostly visited by tourists annually.