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Tourists are Welcomed to Enjoy Moscow Free Tours
21.10.2011 11:12
Tourists are Welcomed to Enjoy Moscow Free Tours
One of the Stalin's skyscrapers

A series of unique author's excursions will be held from 25 October to 7 December, 2011. Guests will be able to learn about Moscow architecture and important buildings by visiting cathedrals, mansions and Stalin's skyscrapers. The project aims to acquaint public with Moscow urban environment and various architectural styles like avant-garde and art nouveau. 

      The program includes 25 excursions, which will be conducted by outstanding researchers.

      To take part in a walking or bus tour you should choose an event from the calendar and send a request to The calendar could be found here (at the bottom of the page).

      Unfortunately, the program is aimed at enhancing the inner Russian tourism, so if you speak a little Russian or want to brush up your listening skills, you can book a tour. Provided they are successful, similar tours may be organised for foreign visitors. 

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Russian architecture   

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