The State Hermitage Museum and the Palace Square
The Venice of the North
The Catherine's Palace
342 islands and 800 bridges
Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral
The City that never sleeps
Bunker 42 is a very interesting place to visit, and a stark reminder of how close the world came to nuclear war just fifty years ago. Bunker 42 is a declassified military object in Russia, located 65 metres underground, right in the centre of Moscow!
Bunker 42 is a real, anti-nuclear bunker, used as the Kremlin's base-camp during the Caribbean Crisis. You will visit the Cold War Interactive Museum and see unique artifacts. Photography is permitted only in certain parts of the museum.
Izmaylovo Kremlin to the east of Moscow represents a totally different style of architecture
It also includes an open air museum of wooden architecture.