Moscow is the capital and the most densely populated city of Russia, this explains why it’s known as a Russian federal city.
Moscow’s high population isn’t a surprise when it’s one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world and is also home to the Ostankino Tower, (a television and radio tower) which is considered the tallest free standing structure in Europe.
The Red Square is one of the most popular and most visited places in Moscow. The Red Square has the literal shape of a square, making its name very fitting. The Red Square lies between a famous historical trade market called Kitay-Gorod and between the Grand Kremlin Palace. This makes it almost impossible for you to visit Russia, and not visit these well-known attractions. The Grand Kremlin Palace is extremely eye-catching, with its four magnificent palaces, ancient museums, magnificent churches and a large green garden, it comes to about 125 meters long, 47 meters high, and has a total area of about 25,000 square metros.
Moscow is also very well-known for its various museums and art galleries. Some of the most favorable galleries and art museums are, as Moscow Museum of Modern Art, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Tretyakov Gallery, Multimedia Art Museum and Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
If you’re a fan of ballet art, Moscow Tourism will provide you with the best places in the Bolshoi Theater to see the world-famous Balboa Lake Ballet to enjoy amazing performances of dancers. The Bolshoi Theater, among the oldest architectural monuments in Russia, is a striking attraction, and it shouldn’t be missed.
Moscow also hosts a large number of 24-hour restaurants, cafes and bakeries, which offer the most famous Russian cuisine, such as caviar, pancakes and meatballs. In addition to a huge variety of international restaurants, and thus will give you a glimpse of the food that distinguishes each country without having to visit.
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