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Made from stainless steel, the sculpture is an example of the socialist realistic style, as well as Art Deco style.
Made from stainless steel, the sculpture is an example of the socialist realistic style, as well as Art Deco style. The worker holds aloft a hammer and the collective farm woman a sickle to form the hammer and sickle symbol.
The displays trace the history of space exploration, including the first interplanetary satellite flights, Gagarin's capsule, the first dogs in space and several interesting artifacts
Small and well-maintained; excellent for photography
The Russian acronym VDNKh (Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnogo Khozyaystva) stands for 'Exhibition of the People's Economic Achievements'
540 meters tall, with an observation deck 340 meters above ground
One of the few paid-entrance parks in Moscow
A popular recreational park, which also hosts an exhibition centre
A new museum dedicated to the history of Russian Jews
Great new space full of old soviet fun! Go hunting, shoot torpedoes, drive cars, check your strength and much more
Computer, hi-tech and consumer electronics hypermarket, offering advanced automated buying process for the customer who knows what exactly he wants - you have almost no chance to see things before paying for them
It has a collective dedicated to Russia's revolutionary poets