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Moscow is the capital, city and most populous federal subdivision of the Russian Federation. The city is an important political, economic, cultural, scientific, religious, financial, educational and transport center of Russia and the continent.
Moscow is situated on the river Moskva, in the Central European Federal District of Russia. In the course of its history, the city served as the capital of several states, such as medieval Muscovy, the subsequent Czarado of Russia and the Soviet Union. During the Cold War, Moscow was the center of the so-called Eastern Bloc. The capital is also the seat of the Kremlin, an ancient fortress that is now the residence of the Russian president and seat of the executive branch of the Russian government. The Kremlin is also one of several World Heritage Sites in the city. Both chambers of the Russian Parliament, the Duma and the Soviet Federation, are also based in Moscow.

The city is served by an extensive transit network, which includes four international airports, nine railway terminals and one of the world's deepest underground tunnels and recognized as one of the landmarks of the city due to the rich and varied architecture of its 185 stations.
The main attractions of the city are:

Official residence of the president of Russia and a kind of complex of galleries, museums and even cathedrals with pieces depicting the history of the city and country.

Red Square
In addition to postcard of the city the square houses the Mausoleum of Lenin, Basilica of St. Basil and the Kremlin.

Mausoleum of Lenin
Here is the embalmed body of Lenin, creator of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, since 1924.

This theater is home to the largest and most prestigious ballet body in the world. It is said that seeing an opera or a performance of the ballroom is still one of the most romantic things to do in the city.

Tretyakov Gallery
Museum which displays a large collection and icons of Russian art. From the 11th century to the 20th century.

Pushkin Complex
Its collection is divided into 6 buildings that are part of this museum complex. It is the largest museum in Moscow dedicated to European art. For those who have visited, they say it looks a lot like the British Museum in London.

Gorky Park
Created in 1928 from the junction of the gardens of the Golitsyn Hospital and the Neskuchny Palace with a total area of ​​300 acres. It lies on the banks of the Moskva River.
In addition to parks, fairs and hiking areas, there is a huge Ferris wheel.

Seven sisters
A complex of 7 buildings that can be seen practically from anywhere in the city. They were built at Stalin's request for the commemoration of the Communist regime's 80 years.
Currently, each one of them has a different occupation like hotel, university, residence among others.

Arbat Street
One of the oldest and most famous streets in Moscow. Here you can buy many souvenirs from the city.
Originally occupied by oriental merchants, it now houses a large arts community and well-stocked cafes along the street.
Here you will also find the house where Pushkin lived with his wife and today was transformed into a museum.
Some say that this street is very expensive and they prefer to shop at Izmailovsky Market.

Monastery of Danilov
The first monastery founded in the city of Moscow in 1282 and functioned as a defense of the former city. It has already served as a factory and detention center during the Soviet period. It currently reflects the role of
Modern church in Russia and functions as a place of pilgrimage on holy days.

Christ Savior
Refurbished in 1994 according to its original design, today offers a great view of the city of Moscow at 40m high. A very beautiful cathedral with its golden towers and majestic interior.
Vodka is a standard appetizer in restaurants that offer varied dishes due to the mix of ethnic groups found in the vast Russian territory.
We also find a great diversity of teas, inherited from the occupation of the Mongols, which are usually accompanied by pastries or "blinis" (small pancakes made with fresh yeast usually used to serve caviar, after being smeared with fresh cream).
Another important dish is Borche (or borscht or borshtch) which is a soup made from beets and fresh cream. Can be served hot or cold.
Caviar or ikroy are also typical of the region because of their abundant existence in the Caspian Sea. And consequently the river fish.
Stuffed potatoes (Kartoshka) are also heavily consumed. It is a cheaper option and is often sold in stalls around the sights.
The cold that comes to mind when we think of Moscow is not a mere stereotype. He really exists. The temperatures in the city vary from -3ºC to -10ºC in the winter (occurrences have already registered -30ºC) and in the summer from 18ºC to 22ºC.

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