Assambleya Nikitskaya

12/2 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Str., Moscow, 125009, Russia
Assambleya Nikitskaya
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Arts

by tvar

Hi,
Having previously visited Moscow I find it a wonderful vibrant city with so much to see. I am hoping to return again as there are many museums and galleries etc I would like to visit. I would be pleaed to communicate with anyone involved with poetry or other literature and Arts. It would be very nice to meet with some Moscow residents who have similar interests-hopefully i regret to ask with some English as I am not fluent enough for lengthy conversations.

Re: Arts

by Alessandra01

Hello,
It is very cool to meet anyone interested in Russia and especially in arts, literature and poetry.
I live in Moscow and you are more than welcome there. If you would like to know something about Moscow you are welcome)))
You said that it is difficult for you to speak English language, then where are you from? and what is your native language?
Aleksandra

Travel Tips for Moscow

Walk over the Red Square and...

by Pavlik_NL

Walk over the Red Square and visit the Kremlin. This IS Moskva, this IS Russia. History is not only visible, but you can feel it going straight through you. This atmosphere you won't feel anywhere else in the world and although you're still in Europe ... it feels like a lot further from 'home'. Walking on the redsquare, hand in hand with the girl I love. A Russian and a Dutchman, East meets West. A square that long time was the visualising of the cold war, was a peacefull, busy place, where I too was warmly welcomed. The feeling that finally the world will slowly become one overwhelmed me and brought me an enormous happyness.

Detski Mir Internet

by jorgejuansanchez

This internet cafe is in the centre, in the famous square and metro station Lybianka. It is open 24 hours a day, they have garderob service for free where you can leave your shapka, perchatki and palto. They serve coffee and 1 hour is only 40 rubles (a little bit more than 1 euro), bur during the night it is cheaper and you can even sleep sitting down in your internet cafe chair.
To get there first go to the children big shop Detski Mir (world of the children) and you will see a lift and a disco, then go upstairs and you will find the internet cafe with games for children, toilets and the cafeteria. The waiters will bring the cafe, or tea, to your table. Address: Kuznetsky Most 20

Traffic

by Pablos_new

Traffic in Moscow is absolutely crazy. Some streets have 10 or more lines all full with cars.

If you want to get somewhere in right time - street transport is the last you should think about. Use metro (subway) - this is the fastest way to moved around Moscow. P.S. It is interesting to note that good few of cars in Moscow streets are heavy monsters (Hammers, Jeeps, Rovers, Land Cruisers, etc.) with giant engines working out gasoline just for nothing in traffic jams. Price for fuel in Moscow is twice cheaper than in Europe.

The Trinity Kiss and Gifts

by randi413

Russians greet one another with 3 kisses on alternating cheeks. This is a symbol of the Trinity and is considered to be a blessing. Once you get to be friends with Russians, you will be greeted this way. Consider it an honor, a real show of friendship.

If you compliment a Russian on something, he is likely to offer it to you as a gift. You should not turn it down. That's rude. So don't make small talk about their possessions. And don't over-give if you are bearing gifts. It is important in their culture to return such gifts with gifts of their own.

If you can pronounce the words...

by travelmad478

If you can pronounce the words on this sign, great. If you can't...LEARN HOW. Moscow's street signs, transport maps and station signs, and museum display cards are written in Cyrillic only. If you stick to places where things are written in English or where people speak English, you will be guaranteed to pay more money and see far less interesting things than you will if you make the effort to learn the Cyrillic alphabet. It doesn't take long, and anyone with a good recall of frat-house Greek will find it pretty easy. You don't need to speak Russian, but you will need to be able to read signs if you want to get around by yourself. You'll have a lot more fun that way, I promise!

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Address: 12/2 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Str., Moscow, 125009, Russia