Moscow Archives | Accidentally Wes Anderson


Remnants of Russia’s Soviet rule are scattered throughout the vast city of Moscow. The city was first built around the historic and grandiose Kremlin Fortress, that is now the residence of the Russian President and is considered an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Russian Orthodoxy is vividly apparent in shaping the Russian capital, with nearly 600 churches scattered throughout the city, church bells, grand cathedrals, and golden domes are all mainstays in the city’s cultural designs. Apart from the magnificent structures, Moscow also offers some of the best classical performing arts in the world, including tantalizing ballet performances, renditions of classical Tchaikovsky’s compositions and modern displays of experimental innovations.

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