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Moscow is the leading and the capital city of Russia. It is also the largest metropolitan area in Europe. Located on the Moskva River, the city is home to one of the largest number of billionaires in the world. In 2008, the city was named as the most expensive city to live in. The city is divided into 10 different okrugs each with its own speciality. One of the first prominent landmarks of the city is the Kremlin which stands at the heart of the city and is a recognizable landmark for Russia to the world. The Kremlin walls, surmounted by 20 towers, envelop gorgeous fifteenth- and sixteenth-century cathedrals and churches in the Cathedral Square, the Great Kremlin Palace, the Patriarch's Palace and the Palace of Congresses. Another famous landmark is the Red Square which was a market in the fifteenth century and now faces the famous GUM departmental store.
The red square also has other landmarks in its vicinity which includes the Lenin Mausoleum, St. Basil’s cathedral which has a strikingly handsome and colorful exterior and the thick Kremlin wall behind the mausoleum which consists of the ashes of Maxim Gorky and Yuri Gagarin. Gorky Park is one district in Moscow not to be missed by any visitor. It is a 3 kilometer long amusement park and offers amazing views to its guests. Moscow also offers various museums and art galleries which provide an in look into the culture and history of the nation. Some of the notable art galleries and museums are the Tretyakov Gallery which is divided in the old and the new part, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts which houses the paintings of Picasso among others, The Polytechnic Museum and the State Historical Museum of Russia.
The city has about 96 parks, chief among them are The Sokolniki Park, Tsaritsino Park, The Central Park of culture and rest and the Izmaylovsky Park. Other landmarks worth visiting are the seven sisters in Kurinskaya Square, Dushkin’s Tower which is one of the many skyscraper’s built by Stalin, Triumphalarch on Kutuzov Avenue and the tallest free standing structure in Europe which is called as the Ostanking Tower. The Cherkizovskiy marketplace is the biggest marketplace in Europe with a turnover of about thirty million dollars on a daily basis. Tourists can find some cheap accommodations in Moscow for their stay however there are various expensive residential buildings of which Triumph Palace is the tallest. The city also has a vibrant night life with the popular cafes and pubs in and around the Tverskaya Street. Guests can also experience high end shopping in the south end of the street; the Kitai Gorod.