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Moscow (Russia)

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  • 1. White House(House of Government)
  • 2. The City Council
  • 3. Cosmos Hotel
  • 4. All-Russia Exhibition Center
  • 5. Friendship of Nations Fountain in All-Russia Exhibition Center
  • 6. Red Army Theatre
  • 7. Turgenev Library
  • 8. The "Seven Sisters" is the English name given to a group of Moscow skyscrapers designed Seven Sisters in the Stalinist style. Between 1947 and 1953 onKudrynskaia Square Building the orders of Jozef Stalin seven similar skyscrapers were built that were meant to be rivals to USA’s skyscrapers.
  • 9. Seven SistersKotelnicheskaya Embankment Apartments
  • 10. Seven SistersState University (Main Building)
  • 11. Seven SistersHotel Leningradskaya
  • 12. Seven SistersHotel Ukraine
  • 13. Seven SistersMinistry of Foreign Affairs
  • 14. Seven SistersRed Gates Administrative Building
  • 15. Edelweiss Building
  • 16. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
  • 17. Bolshoi Theatre
  • 18. Ostankino Palace
  • 19. Novodevichy Convent
  • 20. Moscow International Business Center (MIBC)
  • 21. St Basil’s Cathedral
  • 22. Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
  • 23. Kazan Cathedral
  • 24. Red Square
  • 25. Manege Square
  • 26. Kremlin Overview
  • 27. Luzhniki Stadium
  • 28. Tretyakov Gallery
  • 29. FSB/KGB Building
  • 30. Metropol Hotel, Revolution Square
  • 31. Moscow Public Library
  • 32. Emperor Alexander II Monument
  • 33. State Historical Museum
  • 34. The GUM
  • 35. Moscow Manege
  • 36. Domodedovo Airport
  • 37. MGU (Moscow State University) Old Building
  • 38. Moscow State Technical University named after Nikolay Bauman
  • 39. Russian State Library
  • 40. Galina Vishnevskayas Opera Centre
  • 41. Galina Vishnevskayas Opera Centre
  • 42. Arbat Street
  • 43. Metropol Hotel Arbat Street
  • 44. Poklonnaya Gora(171.5 m, one of the highest spots in Moscow)
  • 45. Ostankino Tower
  • 46. Alexander Garden
  • 47. Gorky Park
  • 48. The Baltschug Kempinski Hotel
  • 49. Art Hall
  • 50. Triumphal Gate(Victory Square )
  • 51. Peter the Great Statue
  • 52. Khertkov Palace
  • 53. View from Geosciences Museum balcony
  • 54. Arseny Morozov House
  • 55. Ministry of Agriculture
  • 56. Images: InternetIvan Rebroff: “Katyusha”Russian Folk Songs: “Balalaika” Adriana