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Walking Moscow "From the Kremlin to the Pushkinskaya"

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Today in Moscow, you can safely walk along the Arbat, Kamergerskiy and Stoleshnikov lanes, as well as on the Kuznetsk bridge, Nikolskaya, Krymskaya Embankment. Since the beginning of November, Klimentovsky and Lavroushinsky lanes, Ordynsky deadlock, Bolshoy and Maly Tolmachevskiy lanes, Kadashevskaya embankment and Bolotnaya Ploschad.

All pedestrian areas are equipped with new green areas with benches, facades of buildings along them are renovated, street lamps are installed, and trees are decorated with lights.

They are surrounded by museums, theaters, churches, libraries, and numerous historical and architectural monuments.

Our route begins in the Alexander Garden near Kutafya Tower - the only surviving outlying barbican tower of the Moscow Kremlin - and goes along the Kremlin wall in the direction of the Manezh Square.Here you can see the obelisk set in honor of the anniversary of the Romanov dynasty, the atificial grotto - an example of landscape architecture of the XIX century, the building of an arena, Patriarch Hermogenes monument, the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.Then you will walk along the Red Square and Manege, stroll through the ancient Nikolskaya Street, take a look at the GUM from inside, see the former Nikolsky shopping arcade, the Zaikonospassky monastery complex and other historic buildings, proceed to Rozhdestvenka and turn to Kuznetsky Bridge - "sanctuary of luxury and fashion" of the pre-revolutionary Moscow. Then descending to the Theater Square and passing the Bolshoi Theater, you will go to the Bolshaya Dmitrovka - the theater district of Moscow, get into Kamergersky lane, where the cradle of Russian theater is located, and almost all buildings are recognized as monuments.You will walk up Tverskaya Street to the monument to Yuri Dolgoruky, the founder of the city, and the building of the Moscow City Hall. Then you will turn to Stoleshnikov Lane, where old mansions house fashionable shops and luxury boutiques, and returning to Tverskaya, go up to the Pushkin Square, dropping in to the Eliseevskiy store, famous for its beautiful decorations in the style of Napoleon III.

The excursion will end in the Pushkin Square, where you can enjoy a cup of fragrant coffee in the legendary confectionery "Café Pushkin" where interiors and the spirit of the first half of the XIX century have been scrupulously recreated.

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