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... we then headed out to Red Square to view yet another cathedral...St Basil's. This is the cathedral that is the one you think of in Moscow with the colourful onion domes and it is very grand. In retrospect we probably should have looked at this on another day to the Kremlin because there are only so many cathedrals you can appreciate in a day! There isn't that much to say about Red Square....it's a huge cobbled square next to St Basil's and the Kremlin, and it ...
... with ice cream, or in Mandy's case, another ice cream!! Spent another half and hour looking for Yuri, but he was obviously lost in space and we had an appointment with a bad Irish Pub.
Arbat district is a popular shopping and entertainment district with beautiful buildings and thousands of people. Think Pitt St mall for Sydney siders. Popped into one guide ...
... the one that was destroyed. The inside is truly spectacular. It is really how I imagined Russian architecture and building to be like: grand and majestic, full of splendour. We couldn't take photos inside, but if you are ever in Moscow it is worth a visit! We then visited the Tretyakov Art Gallery which features art by Russian painters. It was really interesting to walk around and I really enjoyed it. I tried to learn some of ...
... It was great to be flying with BA, rather than Ryanair or Easyjet. Grand flight, getting in a bit early. But what a trip in from the airport. It was supposed to take and hour minimum, but when we boarded Olga, our guide said it would be an hound three quarters, minimum. In the end it took two and a half hours. We were just in on time not to miss dinner - the restaurant ...
... the world, with stations at depths of 30 to 74 meters. The escalators are the longest and steepest I've ever ridden on.
According to Wikipedia, the metro, opened in 1935, was one of the USSR's most extravagant architectural projects. Its purpose was to display the success of the communist regime and remind its passengers that this was Stalin's contribution to acknowledge his people's sacrifices. He directed architects to design structures which ...