Recreations

20.05.2016
Strolling through Moscow, you’ll certainly go to the Alexander garden, because it links the two main attractions of Moscow- namely the Kremlin and Red Square. For centuries, on the site of Alexander’s Garden ran the Neglinnaya River, which served as a natural barrier in front of the ancient walls of the Moscow Kremlin, but by the 19th century the defensive value of the river disappeared.
GUM
20.05.2016
GUM Trading House In 2013 GUM celebrates its double anniversary. It accomplished 120 years from the day the Upper Trading Malls designed by architect Alexander Pomerantsev have been opened and 60 years since the GUM was reopened in 1953.
20.05.2016
Red Square, along with the Kremlin, are the main attractions of Russia. About these two places knows every foreigner, even one who is weak in geography. And all because Red Square is the symbol of the entire country and all its people. Red Square is located at the Western Wall of the Moscow Kremlin. It deservedly ranks among the most beautiful squares in the world. It appeared in the 15th century when Tsar Ivan III ordered not to build up the area around the Kremlin after a fire. Then trading started and later Lobnoye Mesto was erected, from which royal decrees were read.
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).
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