Clockwise from top left: Cathedral of Christ the Saviour; Spasskaya Tower of the Moscow Kremlin; MIBC; Red Square; Bolshoi Theatre; and Moscow State University.
Flag of Moscow
Coat of arms of Moscow
Historic city centre
Early history (1147–1283)
Grand Duchy (1283–1547)
Facial Chronicle - b.10, p.049 - Tokhtamysh at Moscow.jpg
Mikhail Feodorovich Izbranie.jpg
Spassky Cathedral, 1357 (the oldest extant building in Moscow)
A panoramic view of Moscow in 1867. (Image with notes).
Moskva riverside in the 19th century.
Soviet era (1917–1991)
Plan of Moscow, 1917
December 1941. Fresh forces going to the front from Moscow.
Kalininsky Prospekt in New Arbat Avenue, built in 1968.
Soviet poster, issued on the 800th anniversary of Moscow. The inscription reads: "Glory to you, invincible Moscow, beauty and pride of the Russian people".
Recent history (1991 to present)
Geography and climate
Satellite image of Moscow and suburbs
Moscow aerial view
A preserved part of the original Christ the Saviour Cathedral
Parks and landmarks
Ascension church in Kolomenskoye
, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Life and culture
View from the Seven Sisters
in Kudrinskaya Square. The mayor's highrise office (the former Comecon
headquarters) is to the left, the Russian government building to the right
Moscow City Duma
Administrative okrugs of Moscow
: 1. Central 2. Northern 3. North-Eastern 4. Eastern 5. South-Eastern 6. Southern 7. South-Western 8. Western 9. North-Western 10. Zelenogradsky 11. Novomoskovsky 12. Troitsky
, one of the largest financial centres in Europe
World Trade Center in Moscow
The OKB Sukhoi
aircraft design bureau is based in Moscow
Science and education
Moscow Central Circle
Bus and trolleybus
TV and radio
Twin towns and sister cities
Former twin towns and sister cities