Don’t miss a chance to plan for a trip to Moscow and see with your eyes a majestic part of the large country – Russia to understand what make the Russian be proud of their past and present. Let’s go with All Know-How to explore Moscow travel as well as its unique cultural features.
In general, the whole world together takes their hat off to the Russian, since, in the past, they stood by peace-lovers on the world to defeat the Germany dictatorial fascism. Soldiers of the Red Army who died for the peace of the country created a magnanimous history that the world admires. Although you can feel the greatness of Russia through books, films or documentaries, only when you step your feet on this country, you will understand why the Russian are so much proud of their past and present. However, tourists often choose two famous destinations Moscow and Saint Petersburg called “the cities of humankind”. The interference between the history and the modernity accidentally make a new look at the old things of Moscow.
Every subway stations in Russia are grandiose as a beautiful architectural construction. They are all new and amazing that even looks like underground museums with dedicate carving patterns. The Russian operated the metro system in 1935 from the old Soviet Union, after that, they restored but it is generally original. Furthermore, the atmosphere here is cleaner than on the ground and it is a secret for the reason why they can build such a clean subway station.
Especially, look through these underground architectures, we see the interference of the past and present obviously.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral is located on the Red Square, Moscow. It includes 9 prayer houses (one is in the middle and eight are around) which were built from 1555 to 1561. A special feature of this construction is its dome looking like “onion”. In detail, these domes are different designs but harmonious shape and color. Therefore, this is a must-visit destination to check-in when in Russia.
The Church Of Our Savior On The Spilled Blood
The Church, the central church of Orthodoxy religion, is the highest and largest church in the world. Orthodoxy is a part of Christians religion as well as the main religion in Russia.
Nestled on the romantic Moscow river is the construction ordered by Tsar Alexander I to celebrate the victory of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1812. After over 70 years, the church completed officially. However, after the October Revolution, Soviet Union destroyed that construction and built the Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood.
The domes of the church are completely golden. Inside the church has small balconies to look thư whole view of Moscow.
The next destination in Moscow, Kremlin in Russian is palace so that if you just mention about “kremlin”, the Russian will not know. And “Kremlin Moscow” is the most popular Kremlin in Russia. Nowadays, this is an office of the supreme authority of the Russian Government and also is one of the most featured historic and art architectures of this country.
Kremlin Moscow is a series of palaces, churches, towers, and wall. In addition, you can see the Red Square from here. This is a perfect spot for you to have the best colorful pictures.
The Red Square
The Red Square is separated from Kremlin Moscow and the bustling residential commercial. The Russian usually comes here for taking a walk and entertainment activities with their family. Besides, they often hold many big events here such as the great music festival. In 1991, it was recognized as a world heritage by UNESCO.