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Tverskaya Street (Ulitsa), Moscow

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Take in the apex of Moscow's entertainment, nightlife, shopping, and dining with a stroll along Tverskaya Street (Ulitsa). Often said to be one of the most expensive streets in Europe, it is home to many of the city's exclusive hotels, restaurants, and shops. The street dates back to the 12th century, and during the imperial period was the route by which the tsars returned to their Kremlin residence from the northern capital. Keep an eye out for the three examples of Stalinist architecture from the 1930s: the constructivist Izvestia Building in Pushkin Square, the modernist Central Telegraph Building, and the "black cube" of the Lenin Institute in Tverskaya Square. Walking this street is preferable to driving, as traffic can make traveling it very challenging. To visit Tverskaya Street (Ulitsa) and get the most from your holiday in Moscow, create itinerary details personal to you using our Moscow vacation builder.
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  • A great place for walks at any time of year and day! Street, full of history and beautiful architectural objects.
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  • Supposedly the Tverskaya ulitsa embodies the magnificent Moscow. She left and right with the residential and other buildings is determined. As viewers walk was us but soon tired of hiking along at the roaring traffic, just to magnificent facades to admire. The Tverskaya was at its best in January after nightfall, when she was beautifully illuminated at every major intersection. To do so, it needed a car but then again.
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  • One of the main Moscow streets. In principle, several architectural styles intersect here, but I, alas, more street remembered always by his profane mnogoljud'em and lots of cars. Besides, in the last visit here to make any communication and in front of the destroyed ancient cultural layer of old Moscow before joining archaeologists see it was sad.
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