Red Square is located in the center of the capital and is the most famous and significant square in the country.
An ancient fortress with a unique ensemble of monuments included in the UNESCO heritage list.
One of the largest in Russia and one of the most famous opera and ballet theaters in the world.
One of the largest art museums in the world, founded in 1856 by merchant Pavel Tretyakov.
Arbat is the most famous pedestrian street in Moscow. "Creative artery" of the city, a place of realization for musicians, artists and poets.
The main cathedral in Moscow that was recreated in the 1990s on the site of the destroyed temple of the 19th century.
The exhibition is represented by pavilions and fountains built in the pre-war Soviet era, located along wide asphalt alleys.
Gorky Park is the capital’s central park, space for recreation, sport, dance and outdoor games.