This stadium is currently home to both Moscow Spartak and Lokomotiv football clubs. Capable of holding up to 25,000, the ... More
This stadium is currently home to both Moscow Spartak and Lokomotiv football clubs. Capable of holding up to 25,000, the stadium contains, as well as the obvious football pitch, a covered ice rink and a shaping room. The stadium's name derives from the origins of the Lokomotiv football team, orginally a side made up of railway workers. This theme is also mirrored in the Stalinist architecture, incorporating railway emblems.
This vast cathedral, Christ the Saviour (Khram Khrista Spasitela), whose golden domes sit atop a pale majestic hulk of marble
and granite, was built for a princely sum of 150 million U.S. dollars. The original was erected in commemoration ...
Lenin's Mausoleum (Mavzolei V.I. Lenina), also known as Lenin's Tomb, situated in Red Square in the center of Moscow, is
the mausoleum that serves as the current resting place of Vladimir Lenin. His embalmed body has been on public ...
The golden domed Annunciation Cathedral in the Kremlin was built in 1485 1489 by Russian architects. While the Cathedral itself
housed private burial chapels for princes and tsars, the north and the west galleries were used as the main ...
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