Moskva river, the city of Moscow is named after it.
At number one of the Okhotny Ryad street this majestic structure host the State Duma (Russian parliament) since 1994. According to plans the year 2020, the Duma will be moved to a new building
Russian army marches for second world war. Detail from one of the many monuments dedicated to armed forces in Moscow
Stolovaya was self-service canteen where the working class was having their breakfast, lunch and dinner in Soviet Union. In USSR these canteens had all of them the same culinary equipment, the same glasses, dishes forks, etc. If you don't mind waiting in line and serving your own food, you should visit a stolovaya.
Nikolskaya Street which connects Red Square and Lubyanka Square, is named after the Greek Monastery of Saint Nicholas that is located on the north side of the street
Gum is one of the most iconic malls in Moscow. Built around 1890, this building of great architecture and engineering is a necessary stop you need to make if you are visiting red square. Try to find the traditional ice cream cart and taste the ice cream served in waffle cone as it was in […]