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The most famous walking street in Moscow lies to the West of the Kremlin, where its 1.25km span str...
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...den-Kremlin-Tour Panoramic-Cathedral of Christ the Saviour -old Arbat street. Discover the heart of Moscow with GuaiRus!
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Walk down this kitschy street and don't forget to look at the small by-streets around the Arbat.
Walk down this kitschy street and don't forget to look at the small by-streets around the Arbat. They allow you to feel the 'old Moscow spirit'. Arbat is full of souvenir vendors, tourist cafes, lousy restaurants, artists, etc. The prices of the souvenirs vary from reasonable to ripoff. Many of the vendors offer a very high price, but can be talked down if you speak Russian. The stores tend to offer the same merchandise but with fixed high prices.
ул. Арбат, 42, Moscow, Moskovskaya oblast, Russia
Located near Old Arbat Street, this street offers a contrast from the touristy pedestrian-only thoroughfare
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
Home of Fyodor Chaliapin, one of the greatest opera singers of all time
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
Displays manuscripts and photographs of Tolstoy and Moscow during his time
Pushkin Museum is dedicated to Western art and has one of the world's most significant Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collections, along with some Old Masters
Moscow's White House, it was the headquarters of the USSR
There is only one pond left, but it is squared with buildings so it is quite peaceful here despite hectic Sadovoye Ring nearby