Saint George slaying the dragon is the emblem depicted on coat of arms of Russian army since 16th century
76 bronze statues depicting people from soviet Russia decorate one of the most popular Moscow metro stations. Touching specific parts of some of the statues is considered to bring good luck and make wishes come true. Thousands of people every day touch this dog's nose to have good luck for the rest of their day. […]
An amazing landmark of Moscow which is located underneath the city and it is usually undervalued by visitors is Moscow Metro. With more than 200 stations is one of the largest and busiest metro networks in Europe.
Moscow city, the international business center of Moscow, stands majestically and dominates your eye sight as you drive thought the third ring.
Demolished in 1931 under the soviet state atheism campaign and rebuilt in 2000, the cathedral of the Christ the Savior is currently the tallest orthodox church in the world with more than 100 meters of height. During its demolition in 19th century they removed more than 20 tons of gold from the cathedral's domes
If you are expecting to see bears in Moscow you will be disappointed. However, it is very easy to see squirrels in the parks. Don't forget to bring some nuts with you. You don't want to let down these little guys
'Proletariat of the world, unite' was Marx suggestion to every person who had nothing else as an economic value except the power of they work. This great thinker was the first to identify the power of the working class in the industrialized new world