Moscow by night

After a great dinner at Twins Gardens we took of for some night sightseeing at 1 am. You could think that is a bit stupid, but it was a really brilliant idea as the streets were very empty. And everything is always most beutiful in the evenings! So obviously we had to see the Red Square, Kremlin, Saint Basil’s Cathedral , GUM department store, and Kitai-Gorod. Kremlin was built between the 13th-17th century, and Saint Basil’s cathedral was built by Ivan the Terrible in the 16th century. The actual name Red Square comes from the Russian word Krásnaya that means red, and it is related to a similar word that means beautiful, krasivaya. The area earned an UNESCO heritage status 1990!A happy gang in the middle of the night! Me, Velimir, Susana, Yacha, Giulio, Oriol and Joris.

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Om Malin Nordblom Mat och dryckesskribent, receptkreatör och ibland även kallskänka/kock i köket på KSLA i Stockholm. Har ena foten i Sverige och den andra i Asien. Nyfiken, alltid hungrig och har gärna ett glas med något gott i handen. Spenderar mycket tid i köket med att hitta på nya recept och de som blir bra postar jag här.

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  • skwctgme 12 november, 2019 at 13:34 Reply

    Interesting to read.

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