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Russia’s Gorokhovets Town Added to UNESCO List

The town of Gorokhovets in Russia’s Vladimir region was included in the preliminary list of the UNESCO World Heritage sites

Railroad Landscapes: Russia as Seen Through a Train Window

A selection of some of the best pictures of Russia taken through the train window

Moscow’s TsUM Store Turns Ninety-Five

Ninety-five years ago, the famous Central Department Store, or TsUM, opened in Moscow

Moscow's Zaryadye Park to Get 'Floating' Bridge

A "floating" suspension bridge is under construction in Moscow's new Zaryadye Park

Nine Wonders of the Russian North

The Russian North is a phenomenon which you simply cannot experience anywhere else on the planet

Extreme Urban Sports: Climbing to the Top of Moscow’s Tallest Buildings

Moscow's “old school” roofers who have been conquering the skyscrapers of the Russian capital for over a decade talk about the past, present and future of roof exploration

The Fortress of White Stone

Some 200 years ago, Russia's oldest landmark, the Kremlin, looked completely different

Nenets, Astronauts and Pavlensky: Russia’s Best Photographs Go on Display

The art project “The Best of Russia” has chosen what it considers the most impressive photographs of 2016

House Made from 12,000 Champagne Bottles Built in Urals

A resident of Tomino in the Chelyabinsk Region has built a house out of 12,000 champagne bottles

The Region of Mounds and Steppes

Discovering Russia: why you need to visit the Volgograd Region

Weiwen Huang: More People Could Live in Moscow

How to make Moscow more compact? Why traffic problems are more important than plans for Greater Moscow and city embankments?

House in Moscow Suburbs Built Using 3D-Printer

Russian company Apis Cor built a house in Stupino near Moscow with the help of a special 3D-printer that it had designed

Russia's Krasnoyarsk as Seen from Its Rooftops

Two roofers climbed the tallest buildings and bridges of Krasnoyarsk to capture a bird's eye view of the ‘City of a Thousand Fountains’

Moscow’s First Supermarket

One hundred and sixteen years of Moscow's first and most lavish supermarket, Eliseevsky Store, in photographs

Oldest Moscow Street to Be Preserved in Archaeological Museum

Velikaya Street, Moscow’s oldest, has been preserved for the future Zaryadye Park’s archaeological museum

À La Izba and Faux Stone: Wooden Age of Moscow Architecture

Strelka Magazine has dug deep into the archives of the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture and learned the stories of Moscow’s most fascinating wooden buildings

Most Expensive Real Estate in Moscow Revealed

Moscow’s most expensive real estate locations of 2016 have been named

'There Are Producers Around the World Who Would Kill to Have 'Fisht' Stadium'

Damon Lavelle shares his impressions of Sochi, sports architecture in Russia during the crisis and the historical value of Luzhniki stadium after the reconstruction

Europe’s Tallest Skyscraper Almost Finished in Moscow

The Vostok Tower, which is currently being built as part of the multifunctional Federation complex in the Moscow International Business Centre is expected to be finished by summer 2017

Russia’s Grandest Theatre: Past, Present and Future

MOSLENTA teamed up with historians and employees of the Bolshoi Theatre to take a closer look at one of Russia’s most recognised cultural institutions

Russian Scientists Invent Stronger, Lighter Building Blocks

The building blocks are resistant to corrosion, inclement weather conditions and severe frosts