Moscow – The Center of Russian History and Art

Many times destroyed, but never conquered; this city inspired the greatest Russian authors, and its appearance reflects the power and strength of a great country. Moscow has with no doubt awaken from the Soviet dream that turned into a nightmare.


Moscow State Historical Museum-01 via wikimedia by Bart Slingerland licensed CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0

Today Moscow is drastically changed. It is the largest city in Europe, home to over 12 million Russians. It is so large that you need a good plan in order to see all of its beauties. It is best to start from the heart of the city – the Red Square, with the astonishing church of Saint Basil, a symbol of Moscow, but also of Russia as well. Lenin’s Mausoleum is also there, and even today this is still the prime tourist spot.


Moscow Entrance of Red Square-03 via wikimedia by Bart Slingerland licensed CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0

Behind the Red Square are the great walls of the Kremlin, a synonym for Russia’s political power. This is the place where the city was founded in 1147. The famous Bolshoi theatre is a must-see, Russians’ warrior past is best seen in the Borodino Battle Panorama Museum, be sure to visit Dostoevsky’s museum and have a cup of coffee in Café Pushkin.


Dining Room at Brasserie Pushkin NYC via jkand

Exclusivity and prestige are seen at every corner of the city: people are drinking fine champagne and expensive branded clothing is a must. Instead of herrings, Muscovites are crazy for sushi, and now you can find sushi restaurants at every corner. You can have a blast here, but have in mind that this is one of the most expensive cities in the world.






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