Recreations

27.05.2016
The Moscow Cosmonautics Museum is one of the largest scientific and technical museums in the world. In 1964 on the map of Moscow appeared a monument to the conquerors of space. The huge titanium rocket near the entrance to the VDNK exhibition became a symbol of the start of a new space age for mankind. The launch of the first artificial Earth satellite, the first living creatures and the first man in space became a starting point in the world of space programs.
16.05.2016
Sokolniki Park has been one of the most favorite places of rest for many generations of Muscovites since childhood and is required for all guests visiting the capital. This monument of landscape gardening art gives one a special atmosphere and mood. In the 15th century here was a thick forest, a favorite place for the royals to hunt with falcons. In the 19th century, the Park turned into a place of relaxation, which it remains today. Today the park is undergoing a revival with new pools, beaches, cafes, playgrounds and the Observatory has reopened.
20.05.2016
The Moscow Kremlin is the main attraction of the Russian capital, and based on its’ fame in the world, it certainly can be called the most significant landmark in Russia. For a visit to the Kremlin one needs to devote almost the whole day considering the important sights located around it (Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, Vasilievsky Spusk, Alexandrovsky Garden, walks in and around the Kremlin).
20.05.2016
The Russian State Library (RSL) is a scientific and educational center in the area of bibliology, library and bibliography science. There are over 275 km of bookshelves in the Library with a unique collection of both domestic and foreign documents in 367 languages. Its book fund consists of over 45 million pieces. In addition to books, the library stores specialized collections of maps, sound recordings, music, rare books, dissertations, newspapers, and other types of publications.
27.05.2016
One of the most visited and favorite places of rest and entertainment for guests and residents of the capital is the Park, Exhibition and Cultural Complex called VDNHa.