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AAArbat is a live, hot and beating heart of Moscow. Arbat has several versions of its name. Firstly, in Arabic 'Orbat' means suburb,and it is truly unders
The Arkhangelskoye estate was first mentioned in the 16th century as "Upolozye" because it belonged to Alexis Upolotskiy. Later it was bought by Feodor Sheremet
While Moscow boasts an unrivalled selection of sights and sounds, there is much to see beyond the city too. Russia’s Golden Ring provides a fascinating insight into the
Kitai-gorod is the oldest district in Moscow, almost as old as Kremlin. There are several versions of its name, but the most likely one dates back to 1530 when
The Kolomenskoye estate is an amazing historical place. It has been a residence of Russian tsars, emperors. It is an archaeological site, which still has th
The Kuskovo estate is an architectural complex in the west of Moscow. It was built in the middle of XVII century in classicism style. It is one of the great
Kuznetsky Most is one of the oldest Moscow streets in the centre of the city, not far from Lubyanka Square. The street gets its name from the bridge ("most" in
Lubyanka - is one of the most beautiful central districts of Moscow with rich historical and architectural heritage. To walk around the Lubyanka Square is like to dive in
Moscow International Business Center, also known as Moscow-City, is a commercial district in central Moscow located on the Presnenskaya Embankment. I
Our guide to Red October Area by our Moscow local expert - A few years ago, the site where the iconic red-brick Krasny Oktyabr’ (Red October) chocolate factory once operated was transformed into something quite unusual to Moscow – a bohemian island of art, fun and culture, comparable to hipster paradises like London’s Shoreditch area or New York’s East Village but with a twist of Moscow glamour. Well, the factory compound is still standing but what you find inside has little to do with the production of the trademark Alyonka chocolate. Chocolate production moved out in 2007 and an art-cluster of hip bars, trendy restaurants, contemporary galleries, happening clubs, clothing and bric-a-brac shops and other artsy joints moved in. We know that figuring out what is what (and where!) can be somewhat of a challenge at first so below is an overview of what is currently all the rage at Red October.
Our guide to Red Square by our Moscow local expert -
Rublevka is the famous suburb to the south of Moscow, named after the Rublevo-Uspensky highway. This road used to be known as the "tsar`s road" as Ivan the Terr
Sparrow Hills (Vorobyovy Gory), named after the village Vorobyovo, is a famous Moscow park, located on one of the so called "Seven hills of Moscow". It`s a green hill on
The Tzaritzyno estate is a picturesque place in the south of Moscow which caught the eye of Russian empress Catherine the Great in spring 1
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