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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.
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. Return process/warranty is complicated. Pricewise this is probably the best place in Russia to buy anything working from the electric plug. Credit card payment process is quite complicated, so you need rubles in cash.
Складочная ул. 1, строен. 1, корп. 4, Москва, 127018, Россия
+7 495 542-80-70
A new museum dedicated to the history of Russian Jews
It houses an impressive collection of 20th-century paintings and sculptures by Russian and foreign artists, including avant-garde art by Chagall, Kandinsky and Malevich
There is only one pond left, but it is squared with buildings so it is quite peaceful here despite hectic Sadovoye Ring nearby
540 meters tall, with an observation deck 340 meters above ground
The Russian acronym VDNKh (Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnogo Khozyaystva) stands for 'Exhibition of the People's Economic Achievements'
The street where the tsars' cooks lived, now the hub of Moscow's artistic community, with the Russian Academy of Music (the Gnesin Institute), and the Tsentralny Dom Literatorov (Central House of Writers) located here
Furniture, photos and memorabilia belonging to Chekhov are on display here
Built to commemorate the birth of Ivan the Terrible, Kolomenskoye's Church of the Ascension upended the Byzantine style with its wooden conical tower, and proved to be a milestone in the history of Russian ecclesiastical architecture
This street starts from the Kremlin itself and runs northwest in the direction of Tver (hence the name) and Saint Petersburg
The house where Konstantin Stanislavski, the propounder of method acting, lived