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Moscow Nose-Dives in Global Living Cost Rankings
The ranking change does not necessarily mean the cost of living automatically gets cheaper for people living there, one expert said.
Travel the World With Your Taste Buds at Depo
Enjoy a day out away from the usual tourist spots at Depo, Moscow's new food hall featuring flavors from across the globe.
Moscow, St. Petersburg Named Europe’s Most Dangerous Cities
The quality-of-life rankings looked at 39 categories, including "political and social environment" and "recreation.”
Muscovites Warned: Carry Umbrellas to Fend Off Crow Attacks
As spring approaches, Russian bird experts recommend exercising caution against crows protecting their nests.
Londongrad Losing Luster as Moscow Luxury Real Estate Fires Up
Luxury apartment developer Vesper, is seeing a pickup in demand from wealthy Russians, as Britain’s anti-money laundering measures block many from London...
Moscow Hit by Freak Snowstorm, in Photos
While some stayed home, many of Moscow's residents came out to play.
Russian World Cup Host City Outranks LA, Toronto in Quality of Life Index
A 2019 quality of life ranking published last week placed Nizhny Novgorod in 109th position overall.
Moscow Deputy Beaten on the Street Where He Pushed to Install Lamp Posts
“Ironically, I was attacked exactly where I sought to install additional lighting,” Kirill Chirkin said.
Russia Detains American in Moscow Over Suspected Spying
The Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Monday it had detained an American citizen suspected of spying in Moscow.
Salt in the Wound: Muscovites At Odds Over Corrosive Winter Grit
It eats away at shoes, cars and the morale of residents in Russia’s capital.
How Russia’s Attempt to Solve Its Trash Crisis Is Backfiring
Band-aid solutions to a growing problem are only fueling the anger.
Moscow Residents Turn to Car-Sharing After Parking Crackdown
Moscow residents have taken up car-sharing to combat soaring parking costs and a dwindling number of spaces.
Moscow’s First Cable Car Shuts Down After Opening in Suspected Cyberattack
The cable car went down only two hours after opening on the day after it was opened to the public.
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Moscow's Newest Form of Transport, the Cable Car, Takes First Passengers (in Photos)
Moscow's first-ever cable car line opened this Tuesday, linking Luzhniki Stadium to Vorobyovy Gory.
Moscow Opens First-Ever Cable Car Line at Luzhniki
A 20-minute drive between Vorobyovy Gory and Luzhniki Stadium will become a five-minute glide inside cable cars, the mayor’s office announced.
Moscow Named in World's Top 10 'Best' Cities
Resonance named London its “best” city for the third year in a row despite its impending exit from the European Union.
The Musicians of Moscow's Metro, in Photos
Here’s a look at the Music in the Metro project and the musicians who brighten up your commute.
Moscow Mayor Thanks Leader of Cossacks Accused of Whipping Opposition
Last May, the Cossack leader had reportedly been part of a group that attacked protesters at an anti-Putin rally in Moscow.
Sometimes, Moscow Needs Explaining (Op-ed)
The stories behind the facades reveal a city unlike any other.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin Is Now Russia’s Marketer-in-Chief (Op-ed)
Ahead of Sunday’s elections, the multifunctional Sobyanin brand was promoted like the latest washing machine.
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