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La Cantina

Tverskaia Ulitsa, 4, Moscow Russia
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    0.24 mi

    Bolshoi Theatre

    0.24 mi from La Cantina
    22 reviews

    Beautiful and historic theater (in Russian Bolshoi literally just means big). Seeing the ballet here is an unforgettable experience. The Bolshoi recently reopened its main stage after being closed for renovations for several years, and it is one of the most ornate, romantic, beautiful theatres in the world.

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    0.14 mi

    House of Unions

    0.14 mi from La Cantina
    1 review

    The House of Unions was constructed in the first half of the 18th century and later on, it was bought by Moscow nobles. It was here that the Liberator Tsar, Alexander II, gave a speech before the nobles informing them of Russia's need to abolish serfdom. And a few years later, Tsar Alexander II did just that by liberating the ...

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    0.16 mi

    Государственный Академический Большой театр России

    0.16 mi from La Cantina
    1 review

    Gogobot к миллиону своих функций добавил конкуренцию с Instagramm.

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    0.1 mi

    Statue of Lenin

    0.1 mi from La Cantina
    3 reviews

    I'm not sure what to say, actually. As a monument, it's impressive. Whether or not you share the ideological inflection (and I imagine most of us don't), it's a curious thing to see. Most of us don't admire ancient Egyptian slavery either, but we marvel at the Sphinx.

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    0.58 mi

    St. Basil's Cathedral

    0.58 mi from La Cantina
    65 reviews

    This is the most impressive building in town. It's amazing. It's stood since the time of Ivan the Terrible, and when the Soviets left the area, it was still unfinished. It's onion towers are an amazing work of art, and it's a shame that the architect couldn't see to make anything else like it.

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    0.58 mi

    Ivan the Great Bell Tower

    0.58 mi from La Cantina
    14 reviews

    It seems to be the tallest building in the Kremlin and Cathedral Complex. Imposing and grand, a photographer's delight. Ouor guide said that there is a legend, that when Napoleon captured Moscow in , he thought that the cross on the central dome of the Annunciation Cathedral is made of solid gold, so he commanded that it should be torn ...

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    0.27 mi

    GUM

    0.27 mi from La Cantina
    15 reviews

    Moscow's popular dept store simply due to its location, on the red square. Interesting architecture. Nice to window shop as prices are on the high side. If I had the time I would have sat on the outside cafe and people watched. The department store has all the famous brands but they do have kiosks selling affordable items. Its nice ...

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    0.43 mi

    Lenin's Mausoleum

    0.43 mi from La Cantina
    17 reviews

    Не должно тело человека лежать десятилетиями в центре города, считающего себя столицей Европейского государства.

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    0.28 mi

    State Historical Museum

    0.28 mi from La Cantina
    7 reviews

    Constructed in 1883, the Russian Historical Museum includes over four million historical artifacts explaining the birth of the Russian state to modern times.

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    0.27 mi

    Pushkin Museum

    0.27 mi from La Cantina
    5 reviews

    While the Tretyakov Museum is known for its exclusive Russian artistic works, the Pushkin Arts Museum is dedicated to foreign art (much of the art was seized by the brutal communist government from private Russian citizens during the lawless days of the communists) of the Enlightenment period up to the Impressionists and post-Impressionists.

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  • 11
    0.46 mi

    Sandunovsky Baths

    0.46 mi from La Cantina
    5 reviews

    You just can't go to Russia or most of Eastern Europe without visiting a public bath house. These places are tradition and this one is so beautiful that it still looks like it's only for royalty. It's the precursor to the modern spa, and it's a great place to go and experience true Russian tradition. Just make sure that someone ...

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    0.33 mi

    Kazan Cathedral

    0.33 mi from La Cantina
    6 reviews

    The thing that struck me the most was that you didn't know that it was reconstructed until you were inside. It's a beautiful reproduction and a great way to right a tremendous wrong. So many things were destroyed during the Soviet era that it's good to see that some things are being honored. The museum was interesting as well.

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    0.7 mi

    Annunciation Cathedral

    0.7 mi from La Cantina
    6 reviews

    Part of the Kremlin. I found it impressive from the outside and very ornate inside.

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  • 14
    0.43 mi

    Gum

    0.43 mi from La Cantina
    5 reviews

    A must for every visitor to Moscow, the Gum shopping arcade on the edge of Red Square. Bling city in a classical building.

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    0.7 mi

    Archangel's Cathedral

    0.7 mi from La Cantina
    4 reviews

    The Archangel's Cathedral was build in the early 16th century at the behest of Tsar Ivan III (the Great). It is the burial place of the Tsars, including the last of the Rurik dynasty, Prince Dmitri, son of Ivan the terrible. After Peter the Great moved Russian capital to St. Petersburg, the Tsars where no longer buried in Moscow.

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    0.54 mi

    Alexander Gardens

    0.54 mi from La Cantina
    5 reviews

    Many may not even realize they've been here but the only way to walk into the Kremlin as a tourist is through this little patch of green right next to Manezh square. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located within and there's a change of the guards ceremony

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    0.7 mi

    Great Kremlin Palace

    0.7 mi from La Cantina
    3 reviews

    The great architect Konstantin Thon finished the Great Kremlin Palace in 1849. It was an imperial residence, but today it's the working office of the Russian President. The ceremonial hall with the Palace are named for Saints, the most famous being St. Vladimir's Hall where all major international treaties are signed. The Palace is closed to visitors, but the Dom ...

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    0.44 mi
  • 19
    0.7 mi

    Cathedral of the Assumption

    0.7 mi from La Cantina
    2 reviews

    This cathedral is within the Kremlin and is, I believe, the oldest of the buildings. Wonderful orthodox icons.

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    0.79 mi

    Московский дом книги

    0.79 mi from La Cantina
    2 reviews
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