Duration: 2 days
Date: 12 - 14.07.2013
As the capital of medieval Russia, the Communist symbol of the Soviet state, the center of New Russia, Moscow is the very essence of its country.
Moscow is a huge city in every sense - as a soviet architectural utopia turned into reality and as one of the biggest cities in the world. Its size raises just one question - what material Moscow is made of, i.e. how much bigger can it grow?
The city was designed in concentric circles around the ancient Kremlin, with streets and boulevards stretching from the center. As in a labyrinth, no matter where you choose to go you will finally find yourself in the Red Square at the Kremlin wall. Once there you will end up having the chance to see the most amazing museums of the Kremlin. Once you successfully fight the gravitational force of the Kremlin, you might find yourself wandering through the streets defined by Stalinist skyscrapers.
Admiring the scale of avenues as you venture through the city, as well as the quiet small streets and lanes, you might enjoy the peculiar mix of medieval monasteries and churches, classicist buildings, art nouveau residences, soviet houses and modern constructions.
Above ground, Moscow compels its visitors the opportunity to experience the centuries-old parks, vast and picturesque green areas inside the city, such as Tsaritsyno, Kolomenskoye, Izmailovo, once the residences of Tsars and nobles