Moscow

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Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Incorporated, 2007 - Travel - 264 pages
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Three-dimensional cutaway illustrations and floor plans of key landmarks complement these richly illustrated, fully updated travel handbooks that also include enhanced maps, street-by-street guides, background information on a host of popular sights, and an expanded traveler's survival guide providing tips on hotels, restaurants, local customs, transportation, medical services, museums, entertainment, and more.

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Ditto everything I said about the Eyewitness book for St. Petersburg. The only miss, which unfortunately was a huge miss to a Russian literature fan, was not including the Dostoevskaya metro station ... Read full review

Contents

LONDON NEW YORK HOW TO
6
ELECTRONIC MECHANICAL PHOTOCOPYING RECORDING OR OTHERWISE WITHOUT
32
IARBATSKAYA pages 6883
68
The information in this its
80
RED SQUARE AND KITAY GOROD
99
BEYOND MOSCOW pages 152167
153
The Tretyakov Gallery see pp118
165
TRAVELERS NEEDS
170
RESTAURANTS CAFES AND BARS pages 178191
178
ENTERTAINMENT
184
SHOPS AND MARKETS pages 192197
192
ENTERTAINMENT IN MOSCOW pages 198203
198
SURVIVAL GUIDE
205
TRAVEL INFORMATION pages 216227
216
J pages 246257
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About the author (2007)

Christopher Rice is the son of the novelist, Anne Rice, and the poet, Stan Rice. He is presently living in New Orleans, where he grew up. A Density of Souls is his debut novel.

Christopher Rice is a professional author and a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers. Over the last decade he and his wife Melanie have written numerous travel guides and online articles, mainly on European destinations, and specializing in Portugal and Spain. They currently live in Madrid.

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