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Moscow: Must-see sights




The Kremlin 

This historic fortress-palace, from which czars ruled the expanse of Russia, is matched in size only by the Forbidden City of China. Take a fascinating tour across the Kremlin - visit the famous treasure-house, the Armory Chamber.

Marvel the majestic ensemble of Cathedral Square and its historic cathedrals, including the Assumption Cathedral, Archangel's and Annunciation Cathedrals

The Tretyakov Art Gallery 

Russia's National gallery is unquestionably a world-class collection displayed in world-class surrounding. 

This is the home of the finest collection of Russian icons in the world. It also houses revolutionary  Russian art. The 20th century is also well represented here. 

In fact, you will uncover just as many masterpieces in the 60 or so rooms of the Tretyakov as in any gallery anywhere in the world.

This remarkable museum is the national treasury of Russian fine art, one of the greatest museums in the world, containing the world's largest collection of Russian icons



Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

 The museum has one of the most representative collections in Russia of foreign art dated from ancient times to modern days. The collection of French Impressions is among the most impressive 



The Bolshoi Theatre  

The theater of world class and world renown, the Bolshoi theater has always been and remains one of the major symbols of this great nation and its culture. The theater has reopened in October 2011 after unprecedented multi-billion dollar renovations. The theater is definitely worth a visit. The stage next to the original building of the theater is also used for performances of the Bolshoi cast

The GUM Department Store  

Located right next to Red Square, the store is among the most popular downtown spots for shopping. Originally called the Upper Trading Stalls, the GUM store has the longest history in the country. It was created over a century ago and successfully operates till nowadays


Moscow Metro (subway) System 

Unlike many underground train networks, Moscow's offers visitors the chance to experience some luxury as they travel around the city, as stations are finished in marble and feature ornate decorations as gold statues, stained glass, vaulted ceilings and Art Deco details.

Lighting is provided by elaborate chandeliers that hang on platforms and station concourses, while many ceilings are adorned with intricate decorations. Over half of the city's population gets around using the Metro system and most of the ticket halls and stations are historical monuments that are protected by the government.

Moscow Metro system is extremely efficient, very clean, affordable and graffiti-free


The Old Moscow Circus 

The Moscow Circus, on Tsvetnoy Boulevard in downtown Moscow, is the famous Russian Circus that laid the traditions of the classic circus school. Its shows continue to be extremely popular among local residents and foreign visitors as well