Birgit Borowski, Bernhard Pollman, Margaret Court, Crispin Warren, Automobile Association (Great Britain)
Macmillan Travel, May 1, 1995 - Travel - 187 pages
Moscow is at the heart of Russia's economic, political, and cultural life. Baedeker's maps, text, and photos take travelers through the architectural wonders of Russia's past, through St. Basil's Cathedral and Red Square into the city's modern sights, sounds, and nightlife.
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