The Moscow Kremlin - the oldest part of Moscow, the main socio-political, spiritual, religious, historical and artistic complex of the capital, the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. Located on a high, left bank of the Moscow River.
Red Square - the main and most famous square in Moscow, located in China-town, near the north- eastern wall of the Kremlin, the Kremlin between travel, travel Iberian Gate, St. Nicholas Street, Ilyinka Varvarka and the Kremlin embankment. To the west of it is the Moscow Kremlin, to the east - GUM, to the north - the Historical Museum and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, to the south - Cathedral of the Intercession (Temple St. Basil).
Cathedral of Christ the Savior Cathedral (Cathedral of Christ) in Moscow - Cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church, not far from the Kremlin on the left bank of the Moscow River, in the place called by the previously Chertolem. Existing construction - practiced in the 1990s, the external restoration of the temple of the same name, created in the XIX century. On the walls of the temple were inscribed the names of the officers of the Russian army, who died in the war of 1812 and the other at the time of close military campaigns.
The State Academic Grand Theatre of Russia (SAGT), The State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater of Russia, or The Big House - one of the largest in Russia and one of the biggest in the world of opera and ballet theaters. Located in the heart of Moscow, at Theater Square.
Arbat Street (street originated in the XIV-XV centuries) - the oldest street in Moscow, located in one of its historic districts. Located between the Arbat and Smolensky Square in the Central Administrative District of Moscow in the district "Arbat"
Nikulin Moscow Circus on Colored Boulevard - one of the oldest stationary circuses in Russia. Located in Moscow, on the colored avenue, its capacity - 2,000, the nearest metro stations - Color Boulevard Pipe. The head of Maxim Nikulin Circus, the son of Yuri Nikulin