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This street goes along the road that leads to St. Petersburg. The street is well known by moving building when they needed to make the road broader. There are now 4 lanes in both directions. When they needed to wide up the road they tore...More
Moscow's biggest street leading from Red Square up and you can enjoy a half hour walk of interesting sights and shops. Restaurants are mainly at side streets parallel or perpendicular to the street proper. One of the best streets to walk not only for Moscow...More
This is the most underrated street in Europe. There are so many shops and beautiful buildings along this street it blew our minds. We ate at many of the restaurants, and just loved the atmosphere of this street. It leads to the Red Square, however...More
It`s one of the widest, longest and busiest streets in Moscow. It was very nicely decorated, lively and festive during New Year`s Eve. There were various happenings all the way to Red Square: concerts, dance troupes, and lots of people having fun.
Tverskaya Ulitsa (street in English) is a big street located in the center of Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. It is obe of the bests streets in the city, which join the Red Square zone and some of museums or comercials zones in...More
A well known street in Moscow, leading up from Red Square, it contains many notable architectural buildings and museums, many shops, restaurants and monuments to famous people like A.S. Pushkin and Prince Yury Dolgoruky, the founder of Moscow in the Tverskaya Square.