Moscow, The Oldest City of Expensive
As the world’s most expensive city, Moscow did not offer the concept of a modern city. Russian capital would show an old urban classical architecture.
In Russia, the sun works more hours than the moon. The new transmitters that beam back home around 22:00 tonight and will re-stocking charm at about 4 am. In fact, there is one day in June to work almost all day sun. It comes just a day evening no more than an hour.
Moscow, the largest city in Russia, even the largest in Europe. As the capital city, the city was decorated with the Moscow River is the center of political, economic, religious, financial, educational, and transportation of the country formerly known as the Soviet Union. In this land of many scattered scientists and educational institutions, as much sports facilities. Not only that, Moscow could be regarded as the capital of the conglomerate. Home is where the millionaires. The city is spelled out even the most wealthy people in the world give birth. Naturally, if at the end of 2007 the city was asked as the most expensive cities in the world for two consecutive years.
Unfortunately, as the most expensive city Moscow is not displaying modern buildings like other big cities like Tokyo or Los Angeles. Here it is the old buildings scattered relics of antiquity. That said, local governments are prohibited throughout the refurbishment of existing heritage buildings in this city. Even so, the old buildings still display the charm.
As some in Red Square, one of the locations in the city center is very popular as a tourist location. This field separates the Kremlin, a state palace residence of Russian President, with Kitaigorod, shopping centers in Moscow. The original 18 towers decorated Kremlin, but the number increased to 20 in the 17th-century ago.
Spasskaya tower became the tallest and most famous. Tower was built in 1725 that plays 71 yards. The palace was covered wall to reach the area along the 27.5 acres. Not only the Kremlin and Kitai Gorod, Red Square is so ornate.
In place in the original language was also named Krasnaya ploshchad Saint Basil’s Cathedral stands a. Traditionally, this is a church that has a lot of cone-shaped roofs and colorful. Traditionally, the cathedral symbolizes the unique position of Russia between Europe and Asia. In addition to Saint Basil, there are also several other churches with architecture that is not less unique in this Red Square area.
Moscow not only charm rests in Red Square. There are many other locations that are so delicious to the eye as the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. This is a Western Orthodox Church in the world. The church is not far from the Moscow River, a few blocks west of the Kremlin. In other areas there is also the Ostankino Tower which is a television and radio transmitters there. Height reaches 540 meters. Tower designed by Nikolai Nikitin was listed as the third tallest tower in the world after Burj Dubai.
For those of you who like the music, the city offers a place called Moscow International Performance Arts Center, which opened in 2003. This place is also known as Moscow International House of Music, a regular gig classical music. In this building there is the largest organ in Russia. But for tourists, to Moscow would not be complete if not visited the Old Arbat. This is the name of the most famous street for the tourists. It is located in the heart of the bohemian area that many buildings adorned with ancient relics of the 20th century.
The number of tourist sites in Moscow does not mean having to spend lots of money for transportation. Limited Budget travelers with no need to worry. No need to take a taxi to visit the various tourist sites here. In this city there is the Metro, a subway transportation systems that reach all corners of this city.