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A mini-project made by 6-formers of Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow

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    • Class 6ANatalya Nesterova SchoolMoscow, 2012Teacher: Maria N. Lupandina FAMOUS STREETS IN MOSCOW
    • Streets in Moscow Moscow is the heart of Russia. Its streets are full of history of the whole country. We love to go to the down town for walking and watching old beautiful houses and read memorial tables on them. In this project we would like to share the information about some of Moscow streets. (c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Garden Ring Garden Ring - a circular transport highway in central Moscow. Historically Moscow was surrounded by a number of fortifications, one of which - an earth mound. After a fire in Moscow in 1812 the city began to expand rapidly, was built earthen wall, ditch dug and filled with water. The space between the buildings was carefully transformed into a wide street, paved with cobblestones, with sidewalks (overall width does not exceed 25 meters), urban gardens (hence the name), and boulevards. In the 1870s, the way was paved for a horse-drawn tram (trolley), which replaced the modern trams in 1908.(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Garden Ring(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • The Old Arbat The most famous street in Moscow lies to the West of the Kremlin, where its 1.25km span stretches from Arbatskaya Square to Smolenskaya Square. It is one of the oldest roads in the city and was first mentioned as early as 1493, in connection with a fire that started here in the Church of St. Nicholas.(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Arbat Street, or Ulitsa ArbatIt is also known as the Old Arbat (to differentiate it from New Arbat Street). Arbat Street once served as a main Moscow artery and is one of the oldest original streets in the Russian capital. The Arbat District, through which Arbat Street runs, was once a location where craftsmen set up shop, and the Arbats side streets show evidence of their past with names that describe various trades or products, like Carpenters, Bread, or Silver. Arbat Street is within walking distance of the Kremlin, so its possible to visit this free Moscow attraction when you visit the heart of ancient Moscow. (c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Arbat Street, or Ulitsa ArbatThere are many pictures. I love it !!!)))p (c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Tverskaya StreetTverskaya Street is themain and probably best-known radial street inMoscow. Tverskaya Streetis the most expensiveshopping street in Moscowand Russia. According toan index published byglobal real estate companyColliers International in2008, it is now the thirdmost expensive street inthe world. It is the center ofthe citys nightlife andentertainment. (c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Ostozhenka and Prechistenka This route passes through the ancient streets of Moscow Prechistenka , Ostozhenka and Zubovsky Boulevard. Moscow intelligentsia and aristocrats, merchants, princes and wealthy citizens settled there long years ago. And today, this area is considered the most expensive and prestigious. You can see many popular peoples houses and museums in this street.(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Residence of the Moscow Patriarchate(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • The Pushkin Museum of Art(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Links •http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tverskaya_Street •http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Revie w-g298484-d546327-Reviews- Tverskaya_Street_Ulitsa- Moscow_Central_Russia.html •http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TfGG9XMv 4A •http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbat_Street •http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agev3RuX3 OA(c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012
    • Thank you for the attention!WE This project is made byLOVE  Vano SikharulidzeMOSCOW!  Katie Makarychev  Eva Ryder  Julia Temnova (c) 6a class, Natalya Nesterova School, Moscow, Russia, 2012