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... white - giving the appearance almost of ornately iced and decorated wedding cakes. Even the imposing square block ex-Soviet buildings seemed to blend in harmony with the enormously wide roads, walkways and extensive park lands. In the background rose the spires of glorious cathedrals. For a city with such a turbulent history, Moscow held an unexpected calm and a great dignity.
Moscow, the capital and largest city in Russia is located on the ...
... managed to include Pjatnikaja Ulica, baroque style Auferstehungskirche in Kadasi, Kirche der Ikone “Freude aller Leidtragenden”, Nikolaus kirche and Katharinenkirche.
We found some peace and quiet at the Martha and Maria Kloster which we missed when looking for it on our way to Katharinenkirche as it was hidden behind a bend. This complex had a pharmacy, a clinic, a small hospital for women and a school which was run by the Schwestern der Barmherzigkeit founded by ...
... He is staying in a different dormitory and is from Boston, Massachusetts. He’s got to be 50 if he’s a day and although he’s been in Moscow for 19 years he’s living in a travellers’ hostel. I suspect, he’s a bit of a bum. Neither of us warmed to him. He’s a bit full on and in your face. It would also seem he smoked too much weed which appears to lead him to believe a great number of conspiracy theories. Anyone who says the ...
... Nazi victory medals ready to give out on the day of victory. His victory obviously never happened and all the medals were discovered by Russian troops. All two carriages worth of medals are on display as part of their victory memorial.
Outside was a huge display of military equipment, like tanks, helicopters, jets, rocket launchers etc. and so on! You'd love it Col! It was actually a bit overwhelming, what with the events of the last week still fresh in our minds.
Today we have a long drive of 80 km out to Sergiev Posad which is home to the most important Russian monastery The Trinity Lavra of St Sergius. Russian traffic is very heavy and it took over 2 hours to get there. We made one stop at the dacha (country house) of Antonin Mikhailovich a very sprightly 74 year old who was a soldier then worked in a plastics factory and he has decorated his house in traditional style but with off cuts ...