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Moscow is one of the most extraordinary cities in the world. Here you can easily meet Gandhi, read a book next to Firdawsi and meditate with Confucius.


City Hunter continues the exploration of Moscow sculpture. In addition to romantic and animal monuments today we can name several out-of-the-ordinary statues, dedicated to different workers like yard cleaner, plumber and teacher.


That is amazing how Muscovites like to create monuments, dedicated to different animals. Some of them are just for fun, others are to symbolize something important like friendship or compassion. Strolling along the streets, you can suddenly find a bronze duck or a little bee, and that will be a great surprise and a reason for a smile.


Moscow is not only the Kremlin and the Tretyakov Gallery. It doesn't end with the most famous museums and big names. This amazing city can be much more than you imagine. There are plenty of beautiful lanes, ancient areas, nice places hidden from the crowd, fanciful art cafes, quiet bookshops and the most unusual monuments in the world.


Walking down the Pokrovka street you can easily miss this building if not pay attention. A small glass door of the house 13/2 hides the magic world of joy, love and childhood. You will be surprised at the number of dolls in shopwindows, dozens of toy eyes, looking at you, bright doll's houses, quiet music and mysterious atmosphere.


Monuments to keyboard, to a bicycle inventor, to the credit card, and to Vladimir Vysotsky and Michael Jackson - here is just a small scoop of what awaits you in Yekaterinburg, the capital city of the Urals region.


In June 2011 a great event has happened Moscow Planetarium has been finally opened after 17 years of silence. Today it is a splendid museum with the state-of-the-art equipment and Europe's largest dome.


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