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17 September 2008

How People Live In Moscow

Continue my virtual walk around Moskow with the photos of the persons living in the capital. These are some views on everyday events there.

День  Города
«День Города» на Яндекс.Фотках

Many -most maybe- persons pass different hours every day to go to the work and to turn back. From the house of my sister for example, she needs about an hour and a half to reach her work. About 40 minutes with metro till the center of the city.

Попутчики.
«Попутчики.» на Яндекс.Фотках

When youngs meet their friends they want to show how they are free from the rules and near to the culture of US ecc. Sitting on the street, on the grass near the street. Interesting that they don't do it near the houses in the "sleeping parts" of the city, I noticed.

Встреча без галстуков
«Встреча без галстуков» на Яндекс.Фотках

But in the parks in center you can find often these scenes:
It comes from "capitalist culture" too. "A sign of freedom". It seems to me, that I've never seen something like this many years ago when we visited the capital. But I'm not sure.

Москва. Александровский сад. Жара...
«Москва. Александровский сад. Жара...» на Яндекс.Фотках

River Moscow alows you to go from one side to other with this river-tram. I don't know if there are tourist river tours, but I think they have to exist.

Классический речной трамвай "Москвич" и храм Вознесения
«Классический речной трамвай "Москвич" и храм Вознесения» на Яндекс.Фотках

6 comments:

  1. I have heard alot about Moscow in recent years & hope one day to be able to visit this historic & enchanting country...

    Viv;=)

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  2. Hi, Viv, happy to meet you here.

    I love Russia and think it's the great destination for own vacation. I'll be more happy: I have to visit it from October 2 now.

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  3. Schöne Fotos!
    Schade, dass zu meiner Zeit in Russland die Leute nicht so frei waren. Immer mussten wir aufpassen, ob sich nicht da irgendwo ein Milizmann versteckt hat. Und wenn, da war dein Portomonee (neue Rechtschreibung) sofort drei Rubel leichter.

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  4. Ah, ich erinnere mich wie wir in Minsk eine Seitenstraße in der Mitte übergehen wollten. Wir waren in einem Kaffee, meine ich, wo wir einmal Maliawin? aus "Pesniary" gesehen haben. Und dann haben wir Fußgängerstreifen hinweggesetzt... Ah...3 Rubel waren Großgeld.

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  5. Moscow is at the top of my list of places to visit. You have some great pictures!

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  6. I like these pictures too. They show me how the life is changed and not changed there in the years I live abroad.

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