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Down By The River: Moscow's Iconic Northern River Terminal
Take a look at one of Moscow's most unique architectural landmarks through the years.
Moscow's 'Gloomiest Building' Demolished, 26 Years After Being Abandoned
The Khovrino hospital complex was abandoned in 1992 and became one of Moscow's eeriest buildings.
Construction of Europe's Tallest Building Finishes in St. Petersburg
The 87-story building is slated to become the headquarters of Russia’s Gazprom gas giant.
The English Stamp on Moscow's History
Three architectural spots spanning four centuries represent the long history of England in Moscow
Unusual Tours and New Perspectives
Travel guides offer imaginative packages and fresh ways to see Russia
Your Primer On Tatar Culture
Tatarstan's culture has always been at the crossroads of civilizations.
Q&A: Meet Natalia Fishman
At 27, Natalia Fishman is one of the best-known names in Kazan
A Short History of Kazan Arena
An impressive arena in Russia’s sporting capital
A Short History of Yekaterinburg Arena
The City’s Arena Has a Long and Proud History
6 Hidden Treasures in Yekaterinburg
Here are some hidden treasures that only the locals know about.
Avant-Garde Architecture on Display in Moscow
Amid a flurry of exhibitions devoted to the October revolution centennial, “AvantGardeStroi: Architectural Rhythm of the Revolution” stands out.
Moscow's Historic Pushkin Museum Evacuated After Catching Fire
The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts was evacuated after the early 20th-century building in central Moscow caught fire
Moscow's Urban Facelift Is Skin-Deep (Op-ed)
The Kremlin should empower Russians throughout the country, not just create showcase urban centers
Gogol Falls Off Central Moscow Landmark
A sculpture of Russian writer Nikolai Gogol has fallen from a building in central Moscow famous for its stucco depictions of Russian literary figures
God and the Selfie Generation: A Monastery Reborn
The twin gates of the Vysoko-Petrovsky Monastery beckon visitors into an oasis away from central Moscow’s noisy streets.
Pushkin Caught in the Middle of Moscow's Protests
Russia's beloved poet Alexander Pushkin is caught in a political battle in Moscow. Apparently he's innocent.
From Soviet TV Icon to Abandoned Landmark
The iconic Shukhov Tower is celebrating its 95th birthday. The tower hasn’t undergone any restoration since its construction. It has been embroiled in...
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