Moscow is a capital of Russia. This city is one of the largest and most expensive cities in the world, an important cultural, scientific and economic center of the planet. Every year, thousands of tourists, business travelers, international stars and artists come to Moscow. It is natural that the citizens and people who have arrived here mark the most interesting places in Moscow. Of course, the most important place of the capital of Russia is Kremlin - the most beautiful building and the historical one, which is also is the residence of the Russian president. There are many interesting places on its territory - museums, architectural monuments, etc.
"Ostankino" Television Tower is another symbol of Moscow. Such attractions are always used as the decorations on souvenir products, postcards and stamps. Moreover, TV tower enjoys a fascinating view and the observation deck. Red Square is also favorite tourist sight. Lots of people come here to celebrate different festivities of national importance. A gathering place for residents and travelers is the Poklonnaya Hill. There are monuments, excellent avenue for walking and cycling, parks on this hill.
The Moscow Kremlin may be called the Russian capital's main attraction. These red-brick walls and towers are easily recognizable and significant not only for Moscow, but also for the whole Russia.
During the Soviet Era, almost every USSR’s city had a special shopping mall, which was called GUM ("State’s Department Store"). Nowadays, in Moscow there is a store with the same name, although it doesn’t belong to the government anymore.