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Information and history


Called also  as “The Third Rome”, Moscow was founded  on the seven hills and from the ancient  times was a political and economical centre of the huge territory of Russia. A first mention about Moscow was dated by 1147, but already in 15th century after a long competition with Tver, Moscow became the central city of Russia. Defended from the enemies by the forests and swamps, located on the bank of Moscow River, this city had an optimal geographic position which gave  the gates to such great russian  rivers as Volga, Oka, Dnepr and Don.


In spite of it (or exactly because of it) Moscow was always a subject for different kind of invasions – in 1382  it  was burned by Khan Tohtamysh, then almost during 200 years was  suffering from the raids of Mongols, then in 15th century  was occupied by Khan of Crimea, in 1610- by Poles, in 1812-by Frenchmen headed by Napoleon Bonapart. But all the time, even after in 1712 the status of capital had been  given to Saint-Petersburg, Moscow was remaining the main russian religious, political, economic and cultural centre of the  and the place of Russian tsar’s coronation.


After the revolution of 1917 Moscow becomes again the capital of Soviet Union, and exactly here in the 1942 the army of Hitler sufferes its first defeat.

Now Moscow is one of the biggest world megacity with the population over 15 000 000 and never sleeping life.









Address: Moscow: if your trip includes staying in Moscow, our representative will guarantee the high quality of all the booked services and in case of any question you can afford on his 24 h support.

Address: Saint-Petersburg, Uliana Gromova Street h.6 Office 20N
(entrance to the courtyard through the arch)
Mon-Fri:10.00-19 .00

Phone: Our phones for contact . You are free to call and ask questions. We are English speaking!
+7 (812) 702-78-81
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