Though Moscow can seem to be too large (it's more than 900 km2) and lots of reconstructions were carried out, it still managed to save the entire architectural scheme: the Kremlin takes the central position and other buildings are situated on radial lines around it. The city center is full of historical monuments, so not to miss any of them – instead of bus excursion just have a walk.
It goes without saying that the most famous and fabulous construction in Moscow is Kremlin. So you can't say that you've seen everything in Moscow, if you didn't see the Kremlin. There is a stereotype that Moscow is the city, where it's always cold and snowy. But in reality in summer the temperature can reach 300C. So if you're going to visit the capital of Russia in a warm season, it' no need to take a fur coat with you. Another tourist attraction is the Red Square, there one can watch the guard changing and visit the Mausoleum. Despite the diversity of architectural styles, Moscow was and remains one of the most captivating and charming cities in the world.
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