Romance fills the air. Young couples looking for a renewal of traditions and most of all making sure love is never again lost highlights the spirit and poetic tone of Moscow's nightlife. The seat of both a nation and national cause to regain the Russian civilization lost under decades of the socialist tradgedies is its cause.
In their hearts, and a most remarkable deep well of literary affection to every visitor to this city as well as for all peoples of Russia the reemerging cultural city of Moscow is most willing to give you its keys of a very warm welcome. For those who romanticises the Moscow's winters the very aspect of needed physical and human warmth, where a kiss is worth a fortune, is at the center of Moscow's cultural expectations and aspirations.
Here are the historic keys....
Explorers of Moscow mostly starts from Red Square, as depicited in most western popular movies, the city's very center, and, of course, visit all places nearby such as Kremlin and its main Spasskaya tower with the huge clock in the middle; Most are litterally caught by awe at the condition of St.Bazil's Cathedral which was built the 16th century to commemorate the victory of Russia over Kazan khanate - a very bloodly effort. There along you will find the tradtional romance of hero worship and thus the Monument to Minin and Pozharsky, as this also includes the very important leaders of the home guards, that was constructed in 1818 on the project of sculptor I. Martos.
In the evolving terms of Russian nationalism and renewal of capitalism a propserous G.U.M department store covering most of the east side of the Square, and opposite the Kremlin, Here you will find the future of Russian capitalist leaders as this mall has hundreds of separate privately owned shops.
Here among the growing and rapid developments and change Moscow now has the world most sexists nightclubs ( night clubs ) dominating the city's nightlife. In to the wee hours, sometimes to 4:00 AM after hour parties have become the city's nightlife ethos. This has created an sociocultural inertia which have attracted the best talented Russian youth adding to city's reinvestment in personal romance and fuller discovery of the Russina tradtion now " Un Chained."
Thus into the wee hours you will see young lovers traveling in the following settings.
Majestic, beautiful and ancient ensemble of the Moscow's Kremlin stands high on the hill towering over the left bank of Moskva-River. The Kremlin has always been perceived as a symbol of power and mighty of the Russian state, the national idea expressed in stone.
Here at night while Honor Guard Soldiers still march couples are seen in arm in arm embrace wraped up at times in flourishes of kisses.
One can easily see an era in the history of Russia left its significant architectural trace in the Kremlin as perfect romantic backdrop. Late in the evening the brightly illuminated Kremlin ensemble presents a fantastic, majestic and sophisticated harmony. The story says that Moscow stands on seven hills. It was there, on Borovitsky Hill, where the first walls of the Kremlin were built long time ago creating a conscious connection as each partner looks in the each others eyes.
Among other Moscow "must be seen and the be enjoyed at night, especially approaching 8:00 PM" places there are: Gorky Park, which is an amusement park with rides; Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, that possesses a collection of European art second in Russia to only St.Petersburg's Hermitage; former KGB headquarters building where in its basements thousands of prisoners were tortured and executed; the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, which Stalin's regime demolished in 1931 along with countless other churches and monuments; the new monument of Peter the Great; observation platform of Sparrow (Lenin) Hills, the highest point in Moscow and Moscow State University which is located in this area; Victory Park and Poklonnaya Hill with World War II Memorial, this tiny hill is where Napoleon stood and "bowed" toward Moscow after his troops captured it, one of the attractions here is a big clock of grass and flowers; the Sofia Embankment of the Moskva river; the Bolshoy Theatre and Ballet, even the Bolshoy Stone Bridge; Kutuzov Avenue; White House. Theatre scenes of great beauty and drama along with the fascination with love -hefty robost Russian romance such as in The Petrarch's Sonnet by Nikolai Pogodin (1956).
Moscow is stunning, daring..a touch of Chechov, Pushkin and not to forget the artisitic framed movie interpolation of Dr Zivargo Moscow's nightlife emergence in its newer luster of romance and lifestyle journeys..
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