Even the thick ice on lakes started to melt. The Spring came to Moscow for good
Are we free and capable to commit murder? Can the cause justify the means? Fyodor Dostoyevsky struggles with this questions in his novel Crime and Punishment. I was 14 years old when I read it for first time and I didn't want to leave Moscow without a picture of a memorial dedicated to this great […]
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.