Moscow is a city of legends
Have you ever trip to Moscow, Moscow is a city that is superlative and storing various history. Moscow experienced a boost of creative energy, evident in all aspects of contemporary culture. The ancient city has always been a haven for history buffs. Red brick tower occupies the location of the founding of the Moscow Kremlin; churches and monuments to remember the fallen heroes and battles won, and the remnants of the Soviet state are scattered throughout the city. Even history is being examined in innovative ways, such as the new museum broach the subject of long brushed under the carpet. For more than 70 years of Moscow is the capital of the Soviet empire. City streets are still full of the remnants of the communist regime and the Cold War, and still keep the fearsome Soviet camp in Russia’s young democracy.
Moscow streets and sidelanes hides many fascinating legends about witches and Freemasons, underground and ghosts, and notorious criminals. Ironically, the most mysterious and romantic Moscow – Chistye Prudy and Kitay Gorod – now the middle of the night life, local non-tourist. Moscow experienced unprecedented growth in the birth rate (Moscow really get busy). Of art and history to recreation and procreation, Moscow is a cauldron of creativity. according to one poll, the most unfriendly city in the world. Former factories and warehouses have been converted into a quiet art gallery tense and exciting underground club. World-class place like the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts was experimenting and evolving. Tchaikovsky and Chekhov are well represented in the Moscow theater, but you can also see world premieres by composers up-and-coming, choreographer and playwright. Foodies flock to the wine bar, coffee bar, sushi bar and even a beer bar, while night owls enjoy a dynamic scene of exclusive nightclubs, bohemian arts cafe, bar and blue underground drinking-up dives. About 65 feet below the center of Moscow there is a unique monument to the Cold War – a bunker, secret Defense Department Soviet Union, designed to protect 500 people from nuclear attack and to support them for a month. Feel the real atmosphere of the Cold War and arms race, experiencing the lifestyle of a secret underground military, and try to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles.