Katerina Park Hotel

Address: Kirovogradskaya street 11, Moscow, Central Russia, 117587, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... the war, the communists began to painstakingly reconstruct these buildings to exactly the way they would have been originally. Stalin also demolished many fine churches and cathedrals but post-glasnost, quite a few have been rebuilt and restored. The restoration of these buildings in no way detracted from their beauty and splendour.

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      Day 26 Moscow

      A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... in it, let alone the rest of me! We saw the fur-rimmed crowns of the Tsars - the fur was ermine and they replace it every 30 years. These crowns had rubies, emeralds, diamonds, gold and silver. We saw huge royal carriages, many still in original condition - no restorations - they were huge, one required up to 30 horses to drag it. We saw the Royal Sled, which Catherine the Great used to travel great distances in winter. It looked like a shed ...

      Kremlin- Arms and Diamonds

      A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 17, 2013

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      ... the Great's coronation dress, the coach sled Empress Elizabeth took to Moscow for her coronation (so large it took 23 horses to pull it), medieval swords and chain mail, eastern-style rounded swords (reflecting the Eastern and Byzantine histories of the country), the carved ivory throne of Ivan the Terrible, part of a three thousand piece bone china set given by Catherine to her lover Count Orlov, Illuminated Bible manuscripts inlaid the gold filigree ...

      Red Square

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 27, 2013

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      ... Square where we have our group picture taken in front of the statue of Marshal Zhukov. We move on to 'Apple Hall', a gallery of Soviet modernist art for a look around and lunch. The centerpiece of the collection is a large open apple symbolizing Creation; Adam and Eve are in front with two enormous hands at either side of the door; the interior walls are covered in bas-relief sculptures depicting poses from the Kama Sutra. The apple was surrounded ...

      Challenge versus Potential

      A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jul 04, 2013

      ... the best price to the client). ATH therefore has developed a software that allows its agent to see the different GDS results in one screen. To Russians price does matter the most. Implants are another challenge, particular as the clients save money for not paying taxes for an additional employee, but the TMC has to cover for it. Clients are however not willing to pay extra for the implant service, therefore TMCs only have the chance ...