This video was shot in Los Angeles. In the final scene, you can hear a voicing softly in Russian, that is a reference to Moscow.
Although Red Square is considered one of the most official, reserved and standoffish places in the city, its walls have witnessed many outrageous, strange and exciting events. Here is a quick historical rundown of a few of them.
In this post, BigTimeMoscow continues to introduce Moscow’s art clusters.
Some problems are hard to talk about. However, we have chosen the path of honesty with our readers. We've already told you about numerous interesting events and places in Moscow, but now we would like to share with you the pain of our city.
The Moscow River which flows into the Caspian Sea, and along which we see restaurants under the city business centers, is the same river...
Thousands of iconic landmarks, skyscrapers, schools, businesses and homes across the globe unite by shining bright blue lights in honor of the millions of individuals and families affected by autism.
During their reigns, Russian Tsars and their Queens ordered no expense spared in the construction of castles and palaces for themselves and their relatives.
In celebration of International Artist Day, the Moscow Metro invited 15 students and graduates of Russian art schools to create works of art depicting...
There are more than 1000 cinemas in Moscow, however only a few of them broadcast films in their original languages.
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.
5 things to do before you enter the Moscow metro.
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.
In the era of internet transfers and credit card payments sometimes we can feel paralyzed when called upon to pay cash for something.