Moscow underground & Kolomenskoye estate

Saturday: This beautiful place became a part of Moscow in the 1960s.

Saturday: This beautiful place became a part of Moscow in the 1960s.

Daria Gonsalez
Every person in the RBTH team has his/her own view of the Russian reality. We glance through it, scrutinize, feast our eyes upon it. Noisy cities, abandoned villages, cozy cafes, industrial ghettos, trendy spots and chubby cats... Discover the unusual, magnetic and mysterious side of Russia through the filter of RBTH!

Moscow Metro station Krasnye Vorota is one of the oldest stations in the Russian capital. It was opened on 15 May 1932. Credit: Antonina Osipova

Moscow Kremlin is a heart of Russia. The word Kremlin means "fortress". Credit: Daria Gonzales

Kolomenskoye is a former royal estate located not far from the centre of Moscow. Credit: Daria Gonzales

You can overlook the whole city of Moscow from this area. Credit: Daria Gonzales

Kolomenskoye village was first mentioned in 1339. Later it turned into a popular country estateCredit: Daria Gonzales

This beautiful place became a part of Moscow in the 1960s. Credit: Daria Gonzales

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