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공원
“From the Krymskaya Embankment, to the Vorobyevy Gory, enjoy a stroll along the Moskva River in one of the longest and best city parks in Europe”
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Government Building
“The Moscow Kremlin is the main attraction of the Russian capital, which has great historical, architectural, social and political value. The entrance to the territory is through the Kutafya tower, topped with a beautiful openwork "crown". Before you get to the Kremlin, you need to buy tickets in the pavilion of dark glass, which is located near the Alexander garden, go through the "frame" of the metal detector and the procedure of inspection of personal belongings. Large bags, suitcases and backpacks will have to be handed over to the storage room.”
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미술 갤러리
“The State Tretyakov Gallery is an art gallery in Moscow, Russia, the foremost depository of Russian fine art in the world.”
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Opera House
“Enough Said. Tickets on sale nearby, to the left if facing the Theatre. Possible to buy online”
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미술관
“Lots of exhibitions and permanent collections are represented. Famous place in Moscow. ”
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광장
“Beautiful night view, with lights of GUM store. It's safe, always lots of people and protected with police.”
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쇼핑몰
“ The central department store situated on the Red Square. Very beautiful. Nowadays mostly sells up-end clothing. There's a nice cinema here that shows movies with subtitles from time to time. ”
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광장
“Red square is the Central square of Moscow, it is located between the Kremlin and Kitai-Gorod. The appearance and history of the square dates back to the 15-16 century. Initially, the Red square was intended for trading and the market and was called Bargaining or Fire. In the 17th century, this area began to be called red, which meant "beautiful", "beautiful". Over time, various monuments and attractions appeared on the square. The area is paved and is a pedestrian area. Since 1963, traffic on red square is prohibited. red square is located in the center of Moscow and is adjacent to the Kremlin wall from the North-East. Its length is 330 meters and width — 75 meters. Its area is 23 100 squar”
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쇼핑몰
“One of the largest and fancier A class shopping malls. You find many different brands. Under the roof you got some gaming station as well as a foodcourt”
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Soccer Stadium
“The stadium "Opening Arena", which at the World Cup 2018 will be called the stadium "Spartacus", will take five matches of the tournament: four games of the group stage and one match of the 1/8 finals. The capacity of the arena is 45360 spectators. The stadium is the home arena of the football club "Spartak". The change of name is due to the fact that according to FIFA's requirements during official matches of international tournaments between national teams the stadium can not bear the sponsor's name.”
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Soccer Stadium
“Moscow stadium "The Great Sports Arena" Luzhniki "will host different stages of the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia. It will be played 4 matches of the group stage, a match of 1/8 finals, semi-final and final.”
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쇼핑몰
“It includes the most expensive brands. If you like luxury, do not leave Moscow before you visit Tsum”
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공원
“Beautiful walk along Moscow river, only for pedestrians. Plenty of roads for bike, roller-skating, skate boards etc. Locations where you can rent all these. Cafes, public toilets, outdoor free yoga classes, museum - Tretyakovskaya gallery. ”
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공원
“This is a small but interesting park created on the place of the demolished hotel Russia. In this park you can view plants from various climatic zones of Russia. Many modern restaurants locate here (fast food with Russian specifics and also a la carte ones). Here are nice views from a strange bridge, both sides of which locate on the one side of the Moscow river.”
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길거리 음식
“A good place to buy antiques or just old things: badges, books, coins and etc.”
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공원
“Sokolniki Park is a unique site. It is no secret that park is the oldest in Moscow and one of the largest in Europe. A few centuries ago, Sokolniki was considered a royal resting place, and later the park became the property of the people.”
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