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The reference to a Moscow, as to a town, is registrated in the old manuscript of 1147. In 1156, prince Yury Dolgoruky erected timber walls around Moscow with a moat. He is frequently regarded as a founder of Moscow, and his monument is among the most honored in Moscow.
formerly The Patriotic Song and God Save the Tsar
Ballet history since 1776
53 m diameter, estimated to be less than 1000 years old
Fortitude & Symbolism; Nominee for the new 7 wonders
Opened in 1937 (80 miles long)
Opened in 1964 (229 miles long)
Opened in 1709 (873 miles long)
Kliuchevskoi is one of the most active volcanoes of the Kamchatka Peninsula in Far Eastern Russia. The volcano has had more than 80 eruptions since 1697. On September 15, 1994, gas and ash shot out of the crater, creating a column 2 km high. Over the next two weeks the eruption continued, and on 1 October a giant eruption occurred. A cloud of ash rose 15-20 km above the volcano
Second outing for Connery in the role of the British spy. This time on the trail of a Russian Decoding Machine.
Influential neo-classical composer; The Rite of Spring
Foremost depository of Russian fine art in the world
Portrayed by Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman
Nikita Khrushchev, Boris Yeltsin, Chekhov, and composer Sergei Prokofiev are buried here
For the former German community of Moscow
All Russian Tsars since Peter the Great are buried here
Leader of the Soviet Union, 1953-1964
Cosmonaut, second man in space, 1935-2000
Also: Borscht, Poached Salmon, Caviar & Blintzes
Moved to Moscow, 1712 - 1918
1963. Sean Connery as James Bond.