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Moscow, Russia
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Moscow Tram Network (Source)
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Moscow International Business Center (Source)
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RIA Novosti headquarters in Moscow (Source)
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Ostankino Technical Center (Source)
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View from Imperia Tower to Ostankino Tower (Source)
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The principality on the northeastern periphery of Kievan Rus, Vladimir-Suzdal, grew into the Grand Duchy of Moscow (Source)
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Spassky Cathedral, 1357 (the oldest extant building in Moscow) (Source)
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Spasskaya Tower was built in 1491 (Source)
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View of 17th-century Moscow (1922 drawing by Apollinary Vasnetsov) (Source)
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Saint Basils Cathedral was built in 1561 (Source)
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Moskva riverside in the 19th century. (Source)
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Book shops at the Spassky bridge. By Apollinary Vasnetsov (Source)
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Moscow plague riot of 1771 (Source)
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French invasion of Russia in 1812, Fire of Moscow, painting by A.F. Smirnov 1813 (Source)
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Plan of Moscow, 1917 (Source)
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December 1941. Fresh forces going to the front from Moscow. (Source)
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Kalininsky Prospekt in New Arbat Avenue, built in 1968. (Source)
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Soviet poster, issued on the 800th anniversary of Moscow. The inscription reads: Glory to you, invincible Moscow, beauty and pride of the Russian people. (Source)
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View of the State Historical Museum from the Manezhnaya Square (Source)
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View on Radisson Royal Hotel and White House (Source)
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Satellite image of Moscow and suburbs (Source)
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Moscow aerial view (Source)
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Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Source)
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Moscow Cathedral Mosque (Source)
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Saint Basils Cathedral in Moscow, the masterpiece of Russian architecture (Source)
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Moscow Kremlin (Source)
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One of the Seven Sisters, Hotel Ukraina (Source)
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GUM department store (Source)
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Ostankino Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in Europe and 8th tallest in the world (Source)
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New Arbat Avenue (Source)
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Novodevichy Convent is a World Heritage Site (Source)
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Ascension church in Kolomenskoye is a World Heritage Site (Source)
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Gorky Park (Source)
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Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill (Source)
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Zaryadye Park (Source)
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The Garden Ring in the area of Krimsky Val Street (Source)
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The concentric and outward spanning roads of Moscow, as viewed from the International Space Station (Source)
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Moscow as viewed from the International Space Station, January 29, 2014 (Source)
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State Historical Museum (Source)
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Tretyakov Gallery (Source)
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Moscow International House of Music (Source)
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The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts (Source)
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Luzhniki Stadium (Source)
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Otkrytiye Arena (Source)
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SC Olimpiyskiy (Source)
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Tverskaya Street (Source)
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View from the Seven Sisters in Kudrinskaya Square. The mayors highrise office (the former Comecon headquarters) is to the left, the Russian government building to the right (Source)
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia main building (Source)
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The White House (Source)
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MIBC, one of the largest financial centres in Europe (Source)
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Moscow Exchange (Source)
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Tretyakovsky Proyezd (Source)
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Stoleshnikov Lane (Source)
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Vegas retail-entertainment complex, theme-park shopping mall (Source)
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Moscow State University (Source)
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Russian Academy of Sciences (Source)
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Building of the Moscow Conservatory (Source)
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Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Source)
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Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (Source)
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Sheremetyevo International Airport (Source)
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Domodedovo International Airport (Source)
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Vnukovo International Airport (Source)
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The high-speed Sapsan train links Moscow with Saint Petersburg (Source)
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Komsomolskaya Square known as Three Station Square thanks to three ornate rail terminal situated there: Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky, and Kazansky. (Source)
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Paveletskaya railway station (Source)
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