Number ten Sparrow Hills:
We are now in the Sparrow Hills, where you may find the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Sparrow Hills or Vorobyovy Gory offers one of the best views of the city from the banks of the Moscow River.
Number nine Arbat street:
The pedestrian Arbat street is one of the oldest in Moscow, from the fifteenth century.
Number eight Cathedral of Christ the Saviour:
The Cathedral of Christ the Savior was built in the XIX century as homage to Napoleon’s defeat. It was demolished in the Age of Stalin and rebuilt and after the fall of USSR.
Number seven VDNKh or The Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy:
VDNKh is one of the largest exhibition centers in the world. Built in the Soviet era, it has numerous monuments and sculptures of that time.
Number six Tretyakov Gallery:
Founded in the mid-nineteenth century by Tretiakov the merchant who named it. The State Tretyakov Gallery brings one of the largest important collections of Russian painting.
Number five Moscow metro:
The Moscow metro has some of the world’s most beautiful underground stations.
Number four Bolshoi Theatre:
The Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow is one of the most famous theaters in the world.
Number three St. Basil’s Cathedral:
The design of St. Basil’s Cathedral holds many secrets.
Number two Red Square:
Red Square in Moscow is one of the most famous squares in the world and also one of the largest.
Number one Kremlin:
Kremlin is situated in the center of Moscow, it was built in XV-XVII centuries. The Kremlin is a set of historic buildings, palaces and churches is essential in every tourist’s visit to Moscow.