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Will appear in Moscow street Kuindzhi and Bilibin20 December 2016Will appear in Moscow street Kuindzhi and Bilibin

This will happen in 2017

There are support floating bridge in the Park "Zaryadye"20 December 2016There are support floating bridge in the Park "Zaryadye"

The bridge will connect the Park and the promenade will be a unique viewing platform.

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Aleksandrovsky Garden
Aleksandrovsky Garden
Consists of three parts: The Upper Garden (Verkhny Sad) begins from the Revolution Square and ends at the Troitsky Bridge, the Middle Garden (Sredny Sad) begins at the bridge to Borovitskaya Tower of Kremlin and further to Kremlevskaya Naberezhnaya (embankment) where the Lower Garden (Nizhny Sad) is situated.

The Ivan The Great Bell Tower of Moscow Kremlin
The Ivan The Great Bell Tower of Moscow Kremlin
The Ivan the Great Bell Tower ensemble consists of the St. John Climacus Church and Bell Tower, the Assumption Belfry, and Filaretov's Annex. M: Biblioteka im. Lenina, Borovitskaya, and Arbatskaya Stations.

The Tsar Cannon
The Tsar Cannon
One of remarkable monuments of military technology and foundry art XVI—XIX centuries is the Tsar-gun — the biggest on calibre the tool in the world.

The Tsar Bell
The Tsar Bell
The Tsar Bell in Moscow is one of the attractions of the Moscow Kremlin. It is the largest metal bell in the world.

Archangel Cathedral of Moscow Kremlin
Archangel Cathedral of Moscow Kremlin
Built from 1505 to 1508 on the location of an earlier church originally constructed by Ivan Kalita in 1333. Venetian architect Aloisio the New succeeded at combining ancient Russian style with Renaissance motifs in the architecture. The cathedral houses the tombs of the rulers of Muscovy and their close relatives. At present, the church and the tombs serve as a museum. M: Biblioteka im. Lenina, Borovitskaya, and Arbatskaya Stations.

The Cathedral of the Annunciation of Moscow Kremlin
The Cathedral of the Annunciation of Moscow Kremlin
It was constructed in 1489 on the foundations of an older, early-14th to 15th century cathedral. Prior to the 18th century, it was a private church to Mosow's Grand Dukes and Tsars, hence the name "at His Majesty's Court." It once served as the location of the Treasury. Currently the south parapet and the first floor of the cathedral house interesting historical exhibits. Since 1993, services have been held on the Feast of the Annunciation. M: Biblioteka im. Lenina, Borovitskaya, and Arbatskaya Stations.

The Cathedral of the Dormition
The Cathedral of the Dormition
Built from 1475 to 1479, it is one of the oldest buildings in Moscow. For hundreds of years it was nation's primary Orthodox church: here Russian monarchs were crowned and the upper clergy were anointed. After the October Revolution, it was turned into a museum. Starting in 1990, services occur in the cathedral on certain days. M: Biblioteka im. Lenina, Borovitskaya, and Arbatskaya Stations.

State Historical Museum
State Historical Museum
About 22 000 items are presented in the State Historical Museum on the area of 4 000 sq. m. M: Okhotny Ryad, Ploshchad Revolyutsii, Teatralnaya station.

The Victory Park
The Victory Park
To install a monument to the national feat was first proposed in 1942 году, but it did not happen in conditions of war time. About 194 mln roubles were collected from personal savings of citizens as well as from conducted community work days during 1970—1980 in order to erect a monumental memorial.

The temple of Christ the Savior
The temple of Christ the Savior
The Cathedral of the Moscow diocese, and the Russian Orthodox Church. The decision to build it "in commemoration of our gratitude to Divine Providence for saving Russia from threatening to it death" was adopted by Emperor Alexander I in 1812. The temple was laid in1839 on the site of Alexis nunnery. In 1883, it was regarded as the highest building in Moscow and the biggest church in Russia. In 1931 the cathedral was blown up by order of Stalin. It was rebuilt only by the 2000 year.

Memorial of Victory in Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Hill
Memorial of Victory in Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Hill
Memorial of Victory in Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Hill was arranged in interstate area of Setun and Filka rivers, between the current Minskaya Street on the west and the Victory square on Kutuzov Avenue on the east. M: Park Pobedy.

Moscow State University
Moscow State University
Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) is one of the most ancient, biggest and leading classical universities of Russia. It is also known as a center of Russian science and culture. It was named after Mikhael Vasilievich Lomonosov in 1940.

Vorobievy Hills
Vorobievy Hills
At the end of the XV century, the duchess Sofia Vitovtovna, the daughter of Grand Duke of Lithuania Vitovt and the wife of the Grand Duke of Moscow Vasily I, bought the Vorobievo village from an orthodox priest having a nickname Vorobey (sparrow).

Novodevichy Convent
Novodevichy Convent
One of the most famous monasteries in Moscow was supposedly founded around 1524. In pre-revolutionary Russia its status among other monasteries was quite high, and many women from royal and boyar families took their vows here, which meant that they sacrificed both their land and wealth to the monastery.

The Church of Deposition of the Robe
The Church of Deposition of the Robe
Built by craftsmen from Pskov between 1484 and 1485 on the site of an ancient temple. It served as a chapel for the Metropolitans and Patriarchs and was later transferred to the Grand Prince's residence. It has frescoes and icons from the 17th century. Its gallery displays an exhibition of Russian wooden sculptures from the 15th to the 19th centuries. M: Biblioteka im. Lenina, Borovitskaya, and Arbatskaya Stations.