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Tverskaya Ulitsa (street in English) is a big street located in the center of Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. It is obe of the bests streets in the city, which join the Red Square zone and some of museums or comercials zones in...More
A well known street in Moscow, leading up from Red Square, it contains many notable architectural buildings and museums, many shops, restaurants and monuments to famous people like A.S. Pushkin and Prince Yury Dolgoruky, the founder of Moscow in the Tverskaya Square.
The centre of Moscow looks absolutely fabulous at night! I wonder how much all that splendor will cost me as a taxpayer… Anyway, it’s a pleasant sight.
By the way, with all those alarmist questions – here is a solo female walking quietly from the...More
This is Tverskaya Street – leading, as the name suggests, to the city of Tver.
The other, unofficial name is Piterskaya: if you go all the way through to the Leningrad prospect and drive further about a day long, you will actually arrive in St.Petersburg...More
This is another busy Moscow boulevard with a lot of traffic and plenty of shops. It's nice enough to walk down if you happen to be in the vicinity but probably isn't worth going out of your way to see. A few monuments to see...More
When you need to hide from the city’s noise and traffic but don’t want to stroll too far, Patriarch Ponds is the place to be. Calm water, friendly swans and ducks with beautiful early 20th century architecture in the background make this neighborhood a place you’ll never want to leave. Besides stylish bars and restaurants scattered in the streets around the pond, you’ll be able to enjoy museum life from
modern art to a former private apartment of Mikhail Bulgakov. As most of the businesses are open late, stop for a cocktail and then stroll by the pond to rent a boat and row yourself to the middle of the “bowl” as the locals call it.