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This high-rise building, as well as seven other similar ones, is one of the symbols of Stalin's Moscow. Aesthetically, it is an indisputable decoration of the urban landscape. The view of it from the opposite Balchug is a real postcard. However, I imagine how difficult...More
There are rooms available, advertised as hotels on major travel websites, yet in reality it’s owners offering short let on their apartments.
This place is nicely located near the river, a pleasant walk to the Kremlin.
Among the most imposing of the famous Stalin's "Seven sisters" of Moscow, a distinctive chapter in the history of Soviet city planning. This one was destined to host apartments and offices, and this is true today too. The building provides a characteristic background when you're...More
an iconic building that holds shops a restaurant and a arts film cinema. On a good day it can be a nice walk down the river with a look back at the Kremlin and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It is a residential building that...More