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It wouldn’t be a mistake to call Pyatnitskaya street the main axis of this neighborhood – turn one direction and you’ll find the Tretyakov Gallery in Lavrushinsky Lane, turn another – a hip Scandinavian restaurant. Old churches now embrace contemporary life with style and grace. Going to Zamoskvorechye is like visiting during the times when it was a medieval Russian quarter, but with a modern twist of 20th century buildings pushing themselves into the 21st century with new businesses opening weekly. Stroll down Pyatnitskaya to taste dozens of global cuisines – from Ukrainian and Georgian to Thai and American.
The convent was founded in 1908 by Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (sister of Alexandra, the last empress of Russia—both Russian New Martyrs) after her husband was assassinated, to assist wounded soldiers, and to provide for the needs of orphans. She started a religious community of women from all social strata, dedicated to serving the poor.
In 1928, both churches were...
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Here nicer to look"
reviewed 8 August 2018 by gentbrugg
The branch of the Maly theater on Bolshaya Ordynka near the Sadovoe koltso (ring) and the metro stations "Dobryninskaya" and "Serpukhovskaya" has always been significantly different from the main stage. And the troupe-here often debuted actors who became famous afterwards. Sometimes even students of the theater Institute performed here. And according to the repertoire-if on the main stage there were...
Church of St. Clement is one of the orthodox churches located in Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. It has a red facade and some golden domes in the upper part as a lot of other orthodox buildings. It is beautiful. In the average. I visit it because I walk in the surroundings.
"Wonderfully bright and colourful frescos and architecture. For such a sombre event as a beheading."
reviewed 11 July 2019 by Franz K
Located on a stunningly beautiful pedestrian street between Bolshaya Ordynka and Pyatnitsky Street. This restored gem epitomizes the restoration of Church and religion in Russia today. As there is a seminary attached, it may well be that the choir is of high caliber too. Protestants may not know that the Russian Orthodox Church service is mostly sung.
My wife and i enjoyed Oblomov on a Sunday evening. We had items from the winter special menu. Bear with cherry sauces, grouse pate, wild boar, and quail and a delicious sauvignon blanc. Wonderful tastes. And the staff were great and welcoming. Spoke English too . I would definitely come back.
The place is a bit full, due its small size, but you can always get a seat. It deserves your patience. The food is delicious and it have menu in English.
I tried a lamb in a sauce, which was good. The grape leaves filled with minced meat was very good. But the outstanding is khachapuri. This dish is really...
We were several time in this restaurant“Bar“.The view is very nice,specially in the evening.They have not so big menu for food,but for drinks it’s perfect.So if you want to have dinner,better to choose other restaurant.But for cocktails after work,it’s really perfect!)
This wonderful restaurant of northern cuisine is located in the center of Moscow, at the very beginning of Pyatnitskaya Street, next to Ovchinikovskaya Embankment. Elegant restaurant design. Great service. Original decorated and very tasty dishes. A small but good wine list. Here, have a good time.
Was with a tour group with limited time. The service was very prompt. They took the group order very quickly. The food came out very quickly, considering the group.
I had the squid and potatoes as entree and sea bass fillet for mains. The presentation of the food was excellent. The taste most importantly was delicious. The service from Elena...
Great hotel, a little away from the center bu good value for money. The rooftop bar gives excellent views across the whole town (33rd floor). Take the breakfast buffet and you can choose from a huge variety of food. Yoghurt and fruit were finished halfway during the breakfast, but there is plenty other stuff to choose from.
Nice and modernized hotel in a good and quiet location, not far from the business center of Moscow.
The room was well equipped, including cable TV, electric kettle, tea, coffee, water.
Spacious lobby with relatively rich menu of drinks/food.
The personnel is the reception was ok, not too friendly though (a smile wouldn't kill them))
Generally speaking - good experience,...
Recently I've had a stay with Baltschug Kempinski, and I'm so delighted that I really want to share this experience. The hotel will be absolutely great for that type of guest who appreciates genuine attitude, comfort and generosity.
The staff is truly amazing: lasting impression has started with a doorman smiling; I've been treated as a dearest guest by FO...
We always stay at Adagio Paveletskaya if we are in Moscow. The location is very convenient, close to the city Center, short walk to the MTR. Rooms are spacious, especially the 1 BDR ones. All rooms have little kitchen with everything you might need. It's great for the short stay and just necessary for the longer ones. You have everything...
As USUAL very good location for my duty trips to Moscow!
Clean and comfortable room and bed!
Unable to understand of online-check-in and online check-out???
no separate line/officer?!
You have to sign same papers as w/o this "fast" procedures?!
You have to wait for printing out the bill...(((