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Moscow Zoo

Moscow Zoo (B.Gruzinskaya, 1 Moscow) – this is one of the oldest zoos in Europe (opening in 1864 – when it was known as the Zoological Park). The Zoo has since gone through the Communist revolution, and was even open during the height of World War II (1941) – when it generated a million visitors. […]

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Moscú Hermitage Garden

Moscow Hermitage Garden (Karetny Ryad Street, Moscow) – this is a park in the central part of the Russian capital. Opened in 1894, it is known for its cultural attractions and nearby theaters. Operas, ballet productions and concerts are typically held here. During the winter months, there’s also a skating rink (Admission: RUB 250 / […]

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Moscow International House of Music

Moscow International House of Music (Kosmodamianskaya Emb., 52-8, Moscow) – inaugurated in 2002, this unique concert complex is the first “Palace of Music” built in Russia within more than 100 years. It is one of the largest in Europe and can be compared with the world most famous music halls. The Moscow House of Music […]

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Summer Gardens

Summer Gardens (Letnii Sad, St. Petersburg) – this large park is located on an island between the Fontanka, Moika and the Swan Canal in St. Petersburg. With the Summer garden going through renovations in recent times, four fountains are now situated on the main alley, as they were during the era of Peter the Great, […]

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Petrovsky Stadium

Petrovsky Stadium (Petrovsky Ostrov, St. Petersburg) – this is not just a stadium, but a sports complex that consists of a number of buildings (located on a small island in the delta of the River Neva). The main structure, Grand Sport Arena (whose capacity is 21,405 spectators), is the home of the FC Zenit football […]

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Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters (various points – central Moscow) – this is a group of seven skyscrapers that were built from 1947 to 1953 in the Stalinist style (a combination of Russian Baroque and Gothic styles. Those building are: Hotel Ukraina (now known as the Radisson Royal Hotel), Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Apartments, the Kudrinskaya Square Building, the Hotel […]