It presents a light-projection programme with immersive show elements and multimedia art.
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Archaeologists have discovered the oldest street in Moscow in Zaryadye Park. It was built in...
The 3-floor centre presents 2,000 different species of fish, 500 species of mammals and 300 types of insects.
This year the festival will open on September 23 and will last until September 27.
The new complex at VDNKH is called "the Historic Park: Russia-My History". Its main constant exhibition encompasses a broad range of interactive installations and antiques.The first section is dedicated to the formation of the Russian state system in the seventh century.
A ‘duty free’ section will open in the Arrivals hall of the Sheremetyevo airport. From now on, not only those waiting for their flights...
The legendary set of rainbow silkscreens of near-extinct animals made by Warhol will be on display in Moscow!
In this post, BigTimeMoscow continues to introduce Moscow’s art clusters.
Rizhskaya Square opened last month after 3 months of renovation works. The Rizhskaya Square renovation project truly encapsulates the ambition of the city administration to change the city urban neighborhoods beyond recognition.
Here are the best moments of Moscow's life in pictures.
Moscow remains endlessly beautiful throughout the seasons; however summer is always a special time here. We only have 92 days (if we are lucky) to enjoy good weather, green leaves and blue skies, with a few more in spring and autumn.
BigTimeMoscow will explain what the authentic banknote looks like, as well as some of the hidden signs that protect it.
There are more than 1000 cinemas in Moscow, however only a few of them broadcast films in their original languages.
Though reading on mobile devices has gained great popularity in the 21st century, the more traditional way of reading still has many adherents. After...
Just a few of Moscow roofs are open for visitors, some of which have been captured by fancy restaurants while others are still hidden or neglected.