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... to the gardens and a few cathedrals.
One of the royal rulers, was Ivan the Terrible, famous because he was a ruthless ruler. During his rule, Moscow’s population decreased from 2million to only 0.5 million! Despite his terrible ways, Ivan the Terrible left us one great thing - he commissioned the bustling of St. Basil’s Cathedral. One of the most stunning cathedrals in the world. If you ever think of Russia, this is the postcard ...
... another more magnificent building !!! The inside is interesting as part of it is overly painted, whilst other areas are left as undecorated brick walls, almost as if it hasn't been completed. We were lucky during our visit to hear a trio ensemble sing an aria- amazing acoustics within these walls. There were originally 3 city walls around Moscow, which over the years, with less threat to the area, have become ring roads. The Mayor of ...
... and people. Red Square is completely taken over by rehearsals for a huge military tattoo which starts on Sunday for one week. If you like military bands then this is the place for you! I was entertained for an hour by some incredible horsemen. I visited the Armoury Museum today which was also very 'flashy': faberge eggs, diamond and gem encrusted objects from imperial times - incredible. I also visited Lenin's Mausoleum - weird. Oh yes, and I went to the ...
... hotel where we were served coffee and pastries.
I asked about a huge building across the street from the hotel, which turned out to be the Foreign Ministry.
Now it was time to begin our tour, and what better way to see Moscow than from under ground?
That's actually an unfair question, since I had always heard that the Moscow Metro was worth a visit for its beautiful stations. And that reputation is ...
... could tell there are trains on every line every minute! The only busier metros are Seoul and Tokyo. And it is 40 roubles ( about $1.30) for any trip! . Russians are not as passionate about their footy as you might expect. Or maybe that's because they were already resigned to losing. Highlights were definitely the metro, the Hermitage (winter palace) and Summer Palace in st petersburg, and the cemetery! And definitely, give Russia a ...