Moscow 2008 Home Page
The Kremlin, the center of Russian power,
is in the heart of Moscow. Inside its
walled perimeter are the major buildings of the
Russian government, several churches, a museum, and the armory that houses a huge collection of diamonds
Red Square is just outside the Kremlin wall. St. Basil's Cathedral
and the Moscow State Historical Museum are at opposite ends of the square. The GUM Department Store runs along its side,
across from Lenin's Mausoleum and the Kremlin wall.
Remnants of the soviet era are visible all over the city of Moscow, but
in their midst are hallmarks of the current market based economy such as fast food restaurants
and advertising for express global courier services. The subway system is a living museum to the soviet
era as is the building formerly used as the KGB headquarters.
The Novodevichy Convent served as a fortress along one of the defensive walls surrounding Moscow. The city
also has a large number of picturesque neighborhood churches and the
large and recently completed Christ the Holy Redeemer Cathedral lies along the Moscow River.
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