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A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on Jun 23, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... covered in lights and the whole scene was very pretty. We stayed there for a bit before heading back to the hotel.

The first thing on the agenda the next morning was to visit Lenin! His body is kept on display in a mausoleum in Red Square. We lined up for ages before we went in and filed past him. You wouldnt know it to look at him but Anastasia told us that as he has been dead since 1924 his body is slowly shrivelling up so it is now ...

Moscow - Week 49.5

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Dec 17, 2014

15 photos

... probably not have gone at all.

One of the most impressive things about Moscow are the Metros. The services are frequent and the stations are spotless (as all of Moscow is), no graffiti at all, the stations and platforms are well signposted (though mostly in Russian) and they are stunning architecturally. Each metro station is a work of art and not surprisingly there are tours of the metro stations.


To Victory!

A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... built as reminders to battles fought by Russian soldiers but the emphasis is on remembering all that was lost. The monuments don't boast success but are trying to be a warning or preventative measure so they don't happen again in the future.

It was here, on my first day in Moscow that I got to see my first Russian Orthodox Church in all its glory. It is so beautiful and in real life the design ...

Grave expectations

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 10, 2014

7 photos

... river. They include numerous Lenins and a marvellous sculpture of Peter the Great as a discoverer in a sailing ship. The Lover's Bridge has metal trees where newly weds lock a padlock with their names engraved on it before throwing the key in the Moskva river. Nearby we looked at '"Children Are the Victims of Adult Vices" thirteen bronze figures, which depict adult vices, such as alcoholism, drug addiction, and ...

Help! We need somebody!

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jun 23, 2014

10 comments, 4 photos

... minutes from our hostel) we realized how inconvenient it is that we don't speak Russian- or actually know any Russian at all.. After looking utterly pathetic and touristy for too long, a college student sent from the heavens came over to help us find our way and actually accompanied us all the way to the Red Square! (See picture of train station to understand our confusion with the metro signs) Even though she will never read this- THANK ...