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This is a small square in the pedestrianised area at the end of Red Square near the Marshall Zhukov monument. It's a nice enough area but not as impressive as Red Square itself. You may well pass through it on the way to Red Square....More
Manezh Square is a lovely place. It is always bust because it is the main entrance to Red Square and very close to the Kremlin ticket office. You also have the magnificent Monument to Marshal Zhukov on his horse and the quirky Zero kililometre stone,...More
Manezhnaya Square is the open space sandwiched between Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Garden and the State Historical Museum at the north end of the Red Square. This is mostly a pedestrian area for visitors to make their way to/from one sightseeing location such as the Red...More
The open space of Manezh Square is a good assembly point, with Metro Stations, easy access to museums and into Red Square, Alexander Gardens and a shopping Centre.
Several groups were using this space to meet before going onto Red Square and it was very...More
Manezhnaya Square/Manezhnaya ploshchad (Манежная площадь) is really a popular and nice place to wander around. It's easy to find it since is very close to the Red Square and just aside of another famous landmarks like Revolution Square/Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Площадь Революции), Tverskaya Street (Тверская улица)...More
One of the places, every one most see ones in the life. I like it particularly on the summer times, when there is a lot of people getting together and play " rucheek" . The place is beautiful , really civil and comfortable to relax....More
When visiting Red Square and Kremlin, you are bound to pass Manezhnaya. This elongated pedestrian square starts in front of Red Square's Iberia Gate and next to State Historical Museum, Alexander Garden and Four Seasons Hotel.
Here you can find lots of souvenir and food...More