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This fountain was the main reason that we visited Revolution square. It is the oldest fountain in Moscow, and the only fountain that survived the revolution. It was built in 1835 to be the centerpiece of Petrovsky Square. The fountain is named after it's sculptor,...More
The zero mile marker (the point from which all distances in Moscow are measured) is located here. There is a plaque and a legend that if you throw a coin over your shoulder from the middle of the plaque you wish will come true. An...More
Revolution Square is a big square located close to the Red Square, in the center of Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. When we came here in the first days of November-2017 (the National days in Russia), here there was a party with shops,...More
This is not a destination. The only reason you'll be here is if you are walking from one attraction to another. Sure, there is the marker that is used to calculate distances from Moscow and there are statues/busts, but nothing arises to the level of...More
76 bronze sculptures arranged in chronological order of the events of October 1917 to December 1937. Gallery starts from the western end of the station (the opening is located here only way) images Red Guards and sailors.
This is where you will find the marker from which all distances from Moscow are measured. It is one of the gates into Red Square. We walked through here on our way to Alexander Garden and the ticket office for the Kremlin. It is a...More