They say that St. Petersburg is Window of Europe and Moscow is Heart of Russia.
Moscow is the capital city of Russia. Moscow is the political, scientific, historical, architectural and business center of Russia and the largest city by area of all the European Continent. Moscow displays their culture prominently and proudly. Its beauty says it all.
The time zone used in Moscow is same as in most of European Russia. The areas operate in what is referred to in international standards as Moscow Standard Time which is GMT+3
Moscow is also famous for snow fall and is visited by many tourists during the time of mid-November. The government keeps itself well-equipped to clear all the snow from streets. Winters are longer in Moscow. 38.2 °C (100.8 °F) is highest temperature ever recorded in Moscow and −42.1 °C is the lowest recorded temperature (−43.8 °F)
Moscow’s architecture is Recognized and loved all over the world. Moscow is famous for many sites like Saint Basil’s Cathedral, with its elegant onion domes, as well as the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the Seven Sisters, the kremlin and many more.
The city’s appearance is a hot tourist attraction. Houses made of pine and spruce logs, with shingled roofs plastered with sod or covered by birch bark is relaxing to be around.
The GUM department store on Red Square, the Kazan Cathedral and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the Seven Sisters, the kremlin and many more.
Apart from these famous names Moscow got 96 parks and 18 gardens including four botanical gardens.
The Tretyakov Gallery, another famous destination, which was founded by Pavel Tretyakov, a wealthy patron of the arts who donated a large private collection to the city.
The works of famous alumni painters, such as Ilya Repin, as well as the works of early Russian icon painters can be found here.
The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, which was founded by, among others, the father of Marina Tsvetaeva is another famous and most visited museum of Moscow.
Moscow is known worldwide for Ballet, Preforming arts, film and theatre.
The International Performance Arts Center of Moscow was opened in 2003, is known for its performances in classical music.
Moscow State Circus and Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard named after Yuri Nikulin are the two largest circuses in Moscow.
Memorial Museum of Astronautics under the Monument to the Conquerors of Space at the end of Cosmonauts Alley is the central memorial place for the Russian space officials.
The Most film studio was at the heart of many classic films, as it is responsible for both artistic and mainstream productions.