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Pass By: St. Basil's Cathedral, Red Square 2, Moscow 109012 Russia
A masterpiece of Russian tent architecture, a symbol of Russia, for many centuries causing inexhaustible interest and admiration. It was built in the middle of the XVI century-in memory of the annexation of Kazan to the Moscow state.
Pass By: Moscow Kremlin (Moskovsky Kreml), Red Square, Moscow 103073 Russia
The official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. Built 1482-95. the Name comes from the old Russian word "kremnik" - fortress. Initially, the Kremlin was wooden, and only in the XIV century., after countless fires, by order of Dmitry Donskoy became white stone.
Pass By: Luzhniki Stadium, Luzhniki st., 24 Metro Sportivnaya, Moscow 119270 Russia
One of the largest in the world, the sports complex was built in just 450 days. Inaugurated on 31 July 1956. 140 sports facilities of the complex occupy an area of more than 145 Hectares (1,450 thousand m2).
Pass By: Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU), Leninskiye Gory, 1, Moscow 119234 Russia
One of the oldest universities in Russia, conceived by I. I. Shuvalov and M. V. Lomonosov. The University manages more than 600 objects with a total area of over 1 million m2, including a high-rise on the Vorobyov (Lenin) mountains.
Pass By: Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Volkhonka, 15, Moscow 119019 Russia
Recreated in the 1990s, the building. Standing here before the Orthodox Church of the XIX Century. blew up in 1931 to build a 300-meter Palace of Soviets. Implement a new project prevented the war. In 1958, on the site of the pit was built pool "Moscow", which existed until the 90s.
Pass By: Building of the Mayor's Office, Tverskaya Ulitsa, 13, Moscow 125032 Russia
1969. Height-31 floors (105 m.) Previously, the building-book housed CMEA (Council of mutual economic assistance) - the body coordinating the economic activities of the "Soviet bloc".
Pass By: Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building, Kotelnicheskaya Emb., 1/15, Moscow Russia
One of the "Seven sisters", a remarkable high-rise( h=176 m) in the style of" Stalin Empire", built in 1952. It is an architectural decoration of the arrow of two rivers-Moscow and Yauza.