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Saint Basil's Cathedral also known as the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed is located in Red Square and has been turned into a museum known as the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat. The building appears like a bonfire or a flame reaching to the sky. The design of the building is completely different from all the others in Europe and there is no building with a parallel design as such.
Moscow Hermitage Garden is a recreational spot and a park in Moscow. It is a popular attraction spot for tourists coming to the city. The park is famous for its nearby theatres and cultural attractions. Some regular events like ballet, concerts, and opera are conducted here. The park also had a nightclub as an addition. However, the park met an accidental fire which burnt down the nightclub completely. The building might be restored soon.
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest in Moscow in European Art and is located at the Volkhonka Street. The museum houses around 700,000 scriptures, paintings, photographs, archaeological objects, animalistic objects, drawings, sculptures and applied works. There are art pieces of wood, base metal, bone, textile, ceramic, glass and precious stones numbered to be almost 2,000 as the collective and decorative pieces from the early Middle Ages. More than 35,000 pieces of ancient artifacts, 100 fragments, 2,500 vessels are from Cyprus, Italy, and Ancient Greece.
Tsaritsyno Palace is a museum and also a park in the southern part of Moscow. The nearby metro station and the surrounding district have their names based on the Palace. The park has numerous pavilions, decorative bridges, a restaurant, arbors, pergolas, artificial grottos, a Russian temple and a recreation center. There are also a number of burial mounds in the park. Some of the buildings were ruined for a long time, however, in the period between 2005 and 200z, they were almost restored.
Kolomenskoye was formerly a royal estate with the spread of 390 hectares, overlooking the Moskva River. Also known as the White Column, the church that was built in 1532 and was one of its earliest and oldest structures that has been built entirely in white stone. A cross podklet on the building is crowned with a small dome and houses an octagonal tent. The church has been added to the World Heritage Site List since 1994.
Moscow Zoo spread over an area of 53 acres and was founded in 1864 by professors and biologists. At first, the zoo had a total area of only 10 hectares which has been more than doubled at present. The buildings of the zoo were formerly made up of wood with intricate carvings. The zoo has a total of 8,270 animals from 972 species altogether. The zoo has recently expanded with inclusions like a sea lion exhibit, sea aquarium, an exhibit of the creatures of the night and one dedicated area for the children. To give the zoo a more natural look and feel, streams and waterfalls were added.
The most populated and the capital city of Russia, houses almost 13.2 million people within the city and almost 17.1 million in the urban area. It is one out of the three federal cities of Russia. It is the coldest metropolis and megacity in the world. Ostankino Tower which is the tallest structure in Europe, the Federation Tower which is the tallest skyscraper in the same and the Moscow International Business Centre are all housed in Moscow. The city houses the Government of Russia's seat. There are 9 railway terminals and 4 major airports in the city. The city has been claimed as one of the 12 'Hero Cities'. Moscow is Europe's most populous inland city with its roots in the Moskva River. The city is one out of the greenest capitals and also a major city in Europe and in the world with the largest forest within an urban area.
How to Get Tickets?
You can easily book your tickets through this website online without any hassle and also make an online transaction safely.
How To Get Around?
You can take the metro from line one and then further for traveling to different places respectively. However, this may take a lot of your time and walking between the stations. The Moscow River also offers ferries as their transportation for which you can avail a pass.
What Should I Wear?
You can wear trousers and jackets with tops underneath. Boys can go for high neck sweaters or jackets. Wear shoes positively. The dinners and museum visit might want a formal dress like a cocktail dress and heels.
Best Time to Visit
Early June might be the right time with spring seeping in and the weather is also helpful for convenient sightseeing.
Will I Need a Guide?
This website offers you sufficient information for a proper guidance. A guide is not necessary.
How To Get There?
You can take a flight from St. Petersburg to reach Moscow. Trains from Lithuania and Vilnius can also be taken to reach the city.
Metros and streets can get busy. Stay alert from pickpockets and keep your cash properly and carry all your travel documents with yourself carefully.