Ulitsa Kosmonavtov, 2, Moscow, Central Russia, 129366, Russian Federation | Hostel
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2nd Act

A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 26, 2014

13 photos

... going to stop you right here and tell you what I expected to see from this fountain, a beautiful two tired traditional mall fountain with water cascading from the top and the fresh smell of running water. What I saw in reality was far more amazing... watermelons! Yes, in fact the entire fountain and its base was filled with watermelons and there was a till in front with a women selling both watermelons and watermelon juice. A man in ...

Привет и

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 18, 2014

8 photos

The Russian language uses the Cyrillic script meaning to most Roman alphabet users, the letters appear 'backwards' and totally illegible. A bit like my handwriting. The Cyrillic script, used by 12 different countries, is devised from Greek and an ancient script called Glagolithic by the Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century. (Don't embarrass yourself like I did after my 1st visit to Russia and tell everyone they use the 'Acrylic' alphabet!). The actual spoken Russian language is a ...

The life of Moscow

A travel blog entry by ollieandstephen on Oct 13, 2013

5 comments, 30 photos

... three other 'famous' churches and the original home of the Romanov family, for those who's Russian history is lacking similar to ours the Romanov's were the elected monarchy from 1613 until 1917. We finally arrived at a building that looked like something out of Charlie and the chocolate factory with swirly coloured domes on the top. This was the famous Saint Basil's Cathedral. Standing in the Red Square we listened to the bells chime at noon and learned of ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 05, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... from the demolished church were used in the subway station across the street. The church was rebuilt between 1994 and 1997. It cost $200 million U.S. to build. Presidential decree said no public funds were to be used on rebuilding it, however most of the money probably came from public funds. The Cathedral is very beautiful inside and since it is still a practicing church no pictures were to be taken ...

Muscovite Blues

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 11, 2013

... or that I particularly like this city. Today has been the first day that on this trip that I haven't really enjoyed myself and have felt a bit...lost. Which has come as a bit of a shock to me. Compared to St Petersburg, Moscow has always had the reputation of being less carefree, more...oppressive maybe? And so far its lived up to that reputation. Police everywhere, no photography allowed in a lot of places (unlike St Petersburg), barriers ...

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