Moscow — capital of Russia (part 1)



Under the cut 78 photos


1. History and Archives Institute of State Humanitarian University (formerly Printing House)


2. Ensemble Tretyakov Passage


3. Seating yard


4. Vetoshny alley. Left — the building of GUM


5. Chapel of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin in Stoleshnikov




7. The Tretyakov Gallery


8. Small Tolmachevsky alley. Temple of St. Nicholas in Tolmachi


9. Kadashevskaya embankment


10. Petrovka Street. Right Vysokopetrovsky Monastery Gate Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin and the House Naryshkins




12. Square at Theater Square (fountains at the Bolshoi Theater) and the building of the hotel "Moscow"


13. Old Basmannaja street. Temple Martyr Nikita in Old Basman settlement


14. Area Three Stations


15. Hotel "National" on Hunter’s Series


16. New Stage of the Bolshoi Theatre (left) and his own administrative body (right). The very large theater right




18. Street Ilyinka. The building of the Chamber of Commerce of the Russian Federation




20. Neglinaya Street. Left — Shopping center Sanduny baths. Right at light visible part of the building of the Federal Tax Service of Russia


21. Boshoy Cherkassky Lane. The building of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation


22. Russian flag on the building of the Central Election Commission


23. Street Ilyinka


24. GUM


25. Old Arbat Street


26. Large Afanasievskiy per


27. Krivoarbatsky lane




29. "House-egg" on the street Mashkov


30. Business centers on Yakimanskaya Obvodny channel


31. Residential complex "Copernicus" by Big Yakimanka


32. Third lane Golutvinsky


33. Left — the business center "Golutvinsky" on the right — office center "Golutvinsky yard"


34. Street Baltchug


35. Sofia quay. Residence of the British Ambassador




37. Gogol Boulevard


38. Gogol Boulevard


39. Gogol Boulevard


40. Tver Boulevard


41. Monument "To commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Russian Navy." Sculptor Zurab Tsereteli


42. Cannon Street. The hotel "Savoy"


43. Big Glade Street. Church of St. Gregory, Bishop of Neokesariysky in Derbitsah


44. Beavers Lane. Left — the building of the theater Et Cetera




46. Stoleshnikov lane


47. Stoleshnikov lane


48. A former apartment building Insurance Company "Russia" and the monument to Vladimir Shukhov on Sretensky Boulevard


49. Petrovsky Boulevard


50. Petrovsky Boulevard. Former family home of Ecumenical Patriarch’s monastery


51. Petrovsky Boulevard


52. Petrovka Street


53. Petrovka Street. Marriott Royal Aurora Hotel


54. Petrovka Street. The building of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation


55. Dmitrov lane


56. Petrovka Street. Left — the store "Petrovsky Passage"


57. Street Baltchug. The building of the Moscow Main Territorial Department of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation


58. Kuznetsk Bridge Street. Head Office of the Bank of Moscow


59. Kuznetsk Bridge Street


60. Residential complex in the alley Butikovskiy


61. Zas
tavnyi alley. Old Believer Church of St. Nicholas


62. Residential complex "House on Mosfilm"




64. The complex of buildings of the Business Center "Moscow City"


65. Cultural-entertainment complex "Izmailovo Kremlin"


66. Inside the Kremlin. Palace of the Russian meal


67. Fountain at the Theatre Square in front of the theater. In the background — the hotel "Metropol"


68. Pedestrian bridge them. Bohdan Khmelnytsky


69. Novodevichy Convent


70. The area of Europe and the Kiev railway station. In the background — the skyscrapers of "Moscow City"


71. "Stalin" high-rise apartment building on the waterfront Tinkers


72. Kremlin. The Grand Kremlin Palace


73. The Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the Patriarchal bridge over the Moscow River


74. Kutuzov Avenue. Hotel "Ukraine" (now officially called the Radisson Royal)


75. Paveleckaia area. Left — the building Paveletskaya. Right — the business center "Paveletskaya Plaza"


76. Pushkin Pedestrian Bridge (formerly St. Andrew’s railway bridge)


77. Tverskaya Square. In the background — Moscow Mayor’s Office and the monument to Yury Dolgoruky


78. Theater Square. Grand Theatre



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