Moscow: The Rough Guide

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Rough Guides, 1995 - Moscow (Russia) - 387 pages
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"The Rough Guide to Moscow" is the most up-to-date guide available to the Russian capital, regarded by many as Europe's wildest and fastest-changing city. Features include:

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Richardson's thorough history and detailed information on sightseeing, lodgings, and restaurants paired with the glossy, colorful Eyewitness guide provide a well-rounded picture of trekking in and around Moscow. Read full review


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Part Two The City
Red Square and the Kremlin

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About the author (1995)

Before joining Rough Guides, Dan Richardson worked as a sailor on the Red Sea and lived in Peru. Since then, he has authored or coauthored guides to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Hungary, Budapest, Romania, Bulgaria, and Egypt; lectured at the Foreign Office; and been a volunteer aid worker in Albania. In 2009 he published his first novel, Gog-an End Time Mystery, an apocalyptic whodunnit set in near-future Egypt.

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