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It is summer in Russia time to get out and enjoy the weather. It is the season for cafes with outdoors tables, fresh food and icy cocktails. Visit several popular places in Russian capital and discover new summer Moscow while eating homemade ice cream, dancing salsa or drinking chilled wine outdoors.


We continue to explore the most unusual and attractive places in the Russian capital. Today, we would like to draw your attention to several Moscow shops. It is likely that you will decide to buy something memorable before leaving the country and we can recommend to follow our guide while looking for books, flowers, cosmetics, tea, Russian handicrafts and various pretty things.


Spring has finally come to Moscow and summer is not far away too. The weather in the city is already sunny, warm and windless, spring flowering shrubs are blooming in all capital's parks and there is plenty of outdoor activities one can find during this wonderful season. Don't stay at home, follow our spring guide and keep yourself active and positive.


If you are looking for some great insight into Moscow literary life, we recommend you to visit a museum of the famous Russian poet Sergey Esenin. This fascinating place is a hidden gem in the city centre that is not always included in guide books, but really deserves attention of tourists.


Who doesn't like beautiful cars? Especially, when we are talking about Porsche. We would like to share with you a series of images from the great exhibition of Porsche 911 models, that has been recently opened at GUM in Moscow. Learn more about the history of the famous sports car through our photographs.


Cafe at the bookstore is the European tradition, which begins to take root in our country. Today we would like to present you a guide to the best Moscow places, where you can combine two relaxing things read a book and drink a cup of coffee.


I always wanted to touch a fairytale and to feel a little New Year magic. And I finally did it at the end of January, in a village of Antsiferovo, located in Moscow region. My fairytale was full of snow, white and brown Christmas reindeers, hot mulled wine and traditions of indigenous north people. Today I would like to share with you my report from the only private reindeer farm hidden in a rural Moscow suburb.


Today we invite you to travel to one of the most fascinating Moscow attractions a house, where Marina Tsvetaeva, a famous Russian poet lived and where she created her magnificent poetry.


Moscow metro is one of the most beautiful in the world. Tourists love this underground palace because of its unique interior, amazing design and historical atmosphere. But these are not the only things that deserve your attention when you go down in the subway. Have a look at several unusual trains you can meet in Moscow underground. Would you like to ride any of them?


Even when the weather is cold, there are plenty of interesting activities to keep yourself and your family entertained. If you are looking for some interesting ideas, we recommend you to visit one of the three museums, described in the article. Winter season is the best time to go there and to have much fun.


Christmas markets in Russia are becoming more and more popular each year. We continue to explore the topic and today present you a guide to the most colourful events and original winter fairs in St.Petersburg.


The winter holiday season in the city is not so cheerful and festive without the traditional Christmas markets that spring up each year. We are glad to present you a guide to several Moscow spots, where you can buy handcrafted gifts and enjoy beautiful New Year atmosphere.


Few people know that Moscow is famous for two Kremlins. After visiting the one situated on the Red Square, go to Izmailovo district. Definitely, you will be impressed.


Every mother dreams about pink Cadillac. When in 1955 Elvis Presley bought it for his mother Gladys, all Americans went crazy. Gorgeous and powerful, it has become the symbol of America and today can be easily called a legend. If you want to touch a little bit of history, then come to Autoville several more legends are hidden inside.


Moscow is full of such breathtaking monuments, that when you see them, the only thought is What is it and why is it here?!. Try to guess why the following sculptures have appeared in the city.


Why people create monuments? To commemorate significant events, to honor heroes, to entertain public or to express something important? Try to understand it while watching monuments that we can call philosophical. Human vices, Russian intellectuals and forbidden fruit - there is something to think about.


Moscow is one of the most extraordinary cities in the world. Here you can easily meet Gandhi, read a book next to Firdawsi and meditate with Confucius.


City Hunter continues the exploration of Moscow sculpture. In addition to romantic and animal monuments today we can name several out-of-the-ordinary statues, dedicated to different workers like yard cleaner, plumber and teacher.


That is amazing how Muscovites like to create monuments, dedicated to different animals. Some of them are just for fun, others are to symbolize something important like friendship or compassion. Strolling along the streets, you can suddenly find a bronze duck or a little bee, and that will be a great surprise and a reason for a smile.


Moscow is not only the Kremlin and the Tretyakov Gallery. It doesn't end with the most famous museums and big names. This amazing city can be much more than you imagine. There are plenty of beautiful lanes, ancient areas, nice places hidden from the crowd, fanciful art cafes, quiet bookshops and the most unusual monuments in the world.


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