Coldest megacity on the earth and Europe’s most populated city – Moscow is all about magnificence. Blooming under the Tsardom, the city sweeps through the renaissance style architecture, making Saint Basil’s Cathedral the landmark of the city, while the old streets are dominated by convents and monasteries. The city’s heartbeat – Kremlin is all filled with the reminiscents of the Soviet era including the former residence of the Moscow tsar. Contributing to Europe’s MUST VISIT museums, the city has most of its museums opened during the soviet era containing classic artwork of the soviet artisans. Concert halls, ballet theatres, music conservatories – the city overfloods with unending affection for music. Muscovites have undying love for gluten, for instance, Bliny (Russian style thin pancakes) is what they start their day with, Pelmeni (meat / seafood dumplings) is what they binge on for brunch along side a fair amount of salad olivier or simply the Russian Salad and finally indulging into dessert – Ptichie Moloko (chocolate crusted milk cake) – arguably delicious dessert in the country. Something that the Muscovites live by is the city’s nightlife. Despite of having a numerous options of bars, lounges and trendy clubs, the DJ houses in the city are most recommended. Party Hard – is what their motto.
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