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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 poeetic
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 keys....
|The source of the image: http://moscowvision.ru/
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..
Moscow, Night, Life, RMC, Nightlife, Nite, Life, Moscow.
Euro - Quest
Welcome to your WebSite.
An Inter - City Cultural Communications WebSite which promotes good clean fun and excitment and cultural democracy.
Photos by Lithlum
This is an Inter - City Cultural Communications WebSite program between the European cities of Athens, Berlin,
Kiev, London, Madrid, Moscow, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rome, and the American City of Ithaca, New York. This also gives
you, the community online internet users an opportunity to have a say of what goes on to the WebSite which represents your
community. This is a working example of cultural democracy at work through the internet.
This WebSite and others,
as the list above indicates, came about as a result of two Cornell students emailing their suggestions of what they wanted
to see on Ithaca Night Life, NY. The reaction and the concept which came as a reult of servicing their interests is the seed of cultural
|Highly Recommended for Students - Scholars.
|As best as it can be Safe Too!
International Dance Resources: Not only provides resource information on dance
for International students-scholars, but also support services information resources while they are studying and
reasearching at American institutions of higher education.
Cultrual Democracy in Action:
Please sumit below what you would like to see on this WebSite. Also
you will note email addresses on this site at various locations. Here you can contribute any type of photos for publicaion
on this site only ( as email attachments ).
European Sports Network, RMC [ WebPage
The Central [ WebSite ] " For " Cultural Democracy: An INTERNET tool to facilitate the development
of The Center for Cultural Democracy-Ithaca, New York. If you do not know the meaning of this contemporary termenology
then goto ..Cultural Democracy, An Evolving Essay by Roger M. Christian.
Join the discussion MSN group on cultural democracy issues within both
Moscow and the emerging Russian democracy @ [ MSN -GroupSite ]. This is also a active discussion membership requirement for the cultural democracy movement.
|Who is Fly ?
|This is his photo-taken in a Moscow Park.
There were four Blogs, JournalSite found within the search above wehn I enter for the city Moscow. The first is
Sergey Simakov's [ BlogSite.
] the others are Sergey Zhikarev [ BlogSite
], Alex Parkhomenko 's [ BlogSite
], and some one who goes by the name Fly, pssts, this also has slide show on it's MSN Sapces WebSite - [ BlogSite
The selected regional communities of Moscow
Night Life ( NihgtLife ), RMC are : Sergiyev Posad Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC. Zhukovsky Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC . Ramenskoye Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC. Podol'sk Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC. Klin Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC . Obninsk Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC . Serpukhov Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC .
During a search for more Moscow blogs, I discovered this one on February 19, 2006. ScrapsofMoscow
. Another one, and this time more of family compass to it is Neeka Backblog ~ Vkhokhl ' blogspot dot Com
: Inn26 an online accommodation directory for Hotels in Moscow, Russia where each property is registered with a direct
link to its web site. Moscow hotel.
|6 Daily Views of Moscow
|Click on Photo-WWW.IVAN.RU
Fashion Hobby from Russia with goodness. [ WebSite ].
Similar to The Bazzar in Shiraz in Iran, both tourist and Russian alike enjoyed the art dsiplays, coffee vendors, street
musicians & artisans on the Ole Arbat Street. To the educated Arbat frequently appears in Russian literature, poetry,
diplomatic reports, and various press. This Moscow centre was possibly first mentioned as early in the 15th century
as a popular destination area by both Moscow residents who were both the Russian nobility & upper classes. In fact
Pushkin spent his honeymoon in No. 53 in 1831.
Today Ole Arbat is now Moscow's only pedestrian area, featuring shops, matryoshka shops, cafes, even a KFC franchise (
Russians really love chicken Southern US style since the Priemer Kurschev visit to the US ) & handmade wares.
There is even recent vintage shops and shops which sells mostly traditional lace for styling fashions design accents-which
depicts the Russian genre in fashions design. Do not be surprise if you don not get watied on immediately like you would in
New York City by some these shops. Be patient. Ole Arbat is presently rebuilding its traditional luster which was written
about, IE. Checkov mentioned his fortune in purchasing a fine winter coat to a friend, and thus is well worth an extra effort.
Thus as Arbat grows and more and more attractive Russian model walk this area are seen to be seen, this is Moscow's up
and coming major beautiful attraction.
Cultural Democracy Network: MSN Moscow Night Life ( NIghtLife ), RMC discussion group [ join here ] - this also puts you on a mailing list too! For overall
reports AOL Hometown Moscow Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC [ Website ]. For those who have Yahoo.com accounts Moscow Night Life (
NightLife ), RMC [ WebSite ].
The Russian President travels to Sochi for the International Olympic Committee's Evaluation Commission Visit
As the IOC Evaluation Commission visit to Sochi began in earnest today, President Vladimir Putin demonstrated his increasingly
active commitment to Sochi's bid to host the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games with a skiing photo-call with local
children before sitting amongst international media for a high-level presentation.
President Putin, an avid skier and fan of the region, made his first appearance of the day on the ski slopes to the delight
of the Russian and international media in town for the Evaluation Commission visit, answering questions at an impromptu briefing
among the dramatic peaks of Krasnaya Polyana.
In the evening, the President was presented with key elements of deliverability for Sochi's ambitious plans to host the
Games in a report prepared by Mace, one of the world's leading and most diverse management and construction companies. The
comprehensive Mace Deliverability Report was summarized for President Putin and several other high government officials and
bid stakeholders, and confirmed that Russia is well prepared to deliver the Games.
In a speech following the report, the President continued to stress the enormous legacy that the Games would leave Russia
and the world. In a moving discourse, President Putin talked about the significant impact the Games would have on peoples'
lives and how Sochi would throw open its arms to the world.
President Putin said:
"Russia intends to spend a huge amount of money on the development of this region, about 12 billion dollars. Of this
money about two thirds will be spent on infrastructure: on roads, on addressing environmental concerns, on communications,
on improving peoples' lives. This money will be spent towards uniting people from all over the world around the idea of physical
We will spend this money so that people from all over the world congregate here in Sochi, in Russia, and join hands.
We will do everything to make Sochi a worthy capital of the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Games. And I am very much counting
on your help."
President Putin later hosted the IOC Evaluation Commission members at his personal dacha for an informal dinner.
Dmitry Chernyshenko, Sochi 2014 Bid CEO, commented:
"We are so thankful to have the strong and continued support of President Putin and his government. All of Russia is
100% behind Sochi's bid. The feeling is palpable today in Sochi as the Evaluation Commission starts their work. The city is
alive with excitement and anticipation, Sochi wants the Games!"
Since the beginning of Sochi's candidacy, President Putin has made Sochi's agenda his own, adopting the city's Olympic
aspirations and supporting Sochi's development financially through the government's Federal Target Programme. The FTP was
ratified by the entire Russian government in June of 2006 in a unanimous vote in the State Duma. The 12 billion USD investment
programme for the Sochi region serves as a guarantee to the Olympic Movement that Sochi's promises are real: all venues will
be built on time and on budget.
The Russian Cultural Centre is the official home of Russian culture
in the United States. It is created pursuant to a bilateral agreement between the United States and Russia providing for cultural
centers in both countries. The purpose of the RCC is to develop and maintain positive relations between the Russian and American
people by sponsoring activities in the areas of Education, The Arts, Commerce, Athletics and Science.
The Centre became a reality in December 1997, when the Russian Government officially endorsed the
project and assigned its Consulate building on Phelps Place in Washington DC for the Centre.
The RCC building, whose early American occupants owned the Hope Diamond and Washington Post, is
a museum, research library, classroom of Russian language and a stage for exhibits and performing arts.
The RCC in Washington is subordinate to the Russian Center for International Scientific and Cultural
Cooperation - RCISCC - a federal agency of the Russian Federation which works under the direction of the Russian Ministry
of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture and in partnership with the Russian Association for International Cooperation. The
Center headquarters is in Moscow and has representation and field Centers of Russian Culture and Science in 62 countries around
The RCC has an American companion supporting organization, the Friends of the Russian Cultural
Centre (FRCC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, which assists with financial support and a reservoir of volunteers with
a variety of talents and expertise. See above on becoming a member.
The RCC cooperates with the numerous American-Russian organizations throughout the United States
and has liaisons with universities and cultural institutions across the U.S. and Russia.
The spirit of Russian-American cooperation is embodied at the Centre in the "Russian-American Room"
which will chronicle and exhibit the important events throughout history in which Russians and Americans have joined together
for common goals.
The Centre promotes historic and cultural heritage of Russia, its national and foreign
policies, scientific, cultural, intellectual potential, and supports public diplomacy initiatives, People-to People and Sister
Cities exchanges. The Centre serves as a forum for Russian-American activities in the areas of education, the arts, commerce,
athletics and science. The spirit of Russian-American cooperation will be embodied at the Centre in the "Russian-American
Room" which will chronicle and exhibit the important events throughout history in which Russians and Americans have joined
together for common goals.
The goal of the RCC is
"That our two nations will never again polarize". We believe that the best way to achieve that goal is through joint cultural
activities - which can only lead to understanding, cooperation and friendship. Our purpose is to provide a safe harbor and
forum where Russians and Americans can learn, experience, work together, and enjoy the culture of the other.
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