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Unfortunately, Red Square was being prepared for a major outdoor show, so temporary barriers blocked us from going to certain areas.
But we were able to walk around and see the exterior of Lenin’s tomb (it was already closed for the day) as well as the area used as a reviewing stand for dignitaries when they watch the military parades passing through Red Square on important occasions.
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My exploration of Moscow allowed me to see and understand its economic character a little better. There is a lifestyle above ground that has all of the flash and glamour of the monarchs and royal families of Russia's pre-revolution past. ...
... were a bit disappointed that the red square wasn't in its full glory because of it. After taking in the icon that is St Basil's Cathedral, we took a walk to try and get in the Kremlin. After getting to what seemed like an entrance, we saw a sign saying that you needed tickets, which I hadn't realised and that the ticket office was back the way we just came. I managed to ask for the tickets in Russian, which I was chuffed about and they cost us 350 ...
... Applied Arts. Among other state treasures, we saw a solid gold plate with a two-headed eagle that was a gift to Ivan's first wife, magnificent Bibles, nine Faberge eggs, Elizabeth's carriage and Catherine the Great's wedding dress.
The Armory was fabulous but the Gallery of 19th and 20th Century Art at the Pushkin State Museum was even better. Ever since we planned the trip, I was counting on seeing Matisse's 'Goldfish' at its ...
And so we arrived: 21:35, platform 4, Moscow Yaroslavsky station to catch the Trans-Siberian, perhaps the most famous train journey in the world.....and we were so excited. We kind-of felt that this was the proper start of our adventure, all the cities we had visited to date had been a bonus but getting the Trans-Siberian, across Russia? Wow!
The railway line was completed in 1886 by Tsar Alexander III and is a true feat of ...