Russia is known for its matrioshka dolls, vodka, and their astonishing achievements in literature, science, arts, music, technology and theater. Furthermore, Russians exhibit excellence in their work and are highly intelligent. It’s capital, Moscow, where everything develops very quickly, is leveling up to cities like Paris, New York and London.
Along with the city’s development is also the rise of the different tourist attractions that made Russia’s long and rich history far more interesting. Check out the following:
1. St. Basil’s Cathedral
Unique and fashionable, nothing compares to its artistic colors and unique design in the world than St. Basil’s.
2. Red Square
From a Russian word “Krasnaya” which means red or beautiful, its a marketplace used for public activities.
3. The Bolshoi Theater
A historical theater and an abode to Bolshoi ballet, an ancient ballet company.
4. Russian Museum
Fine Art’s first museum in Russia, common to many as the institute for academic research.
5. Mamayev Kurgan
A historical place where Russians fought victoriously against Hitler’s army.
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