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The Arbat is one of the most famous and oldest streets in Russian capital — it has been existed since the 15th century. Originally the street was a part of an important trade route. Then a large number of craftsmen set up their stores there. In the 18th century, Arbat became the most prestigious living area in Moscow. In 1812, during Napoleon's occupation of Moscow the street was destroyed by the great fire and then rebuilt. In the 19th and early 20th centuries the Arbat was home of residences of Russian nobility. In 1993 this famous pedestrian street of Moscow marked its 500th birthday. Nowadays the Arbat Street is one of the most expensive and desirable places to live.The Old Arbat Street is one of the symbols of old Moscow, which was celebrated in poems, novels, songs and movies.

Excursions with Arbat

Moscow City Tour is a good chance to get acquainted with the largest city in Russia. During the city tour you will see all the major sights including the Red Square, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Novodevichiy Convent, Poklonnaya and Vorobi

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During the tour of Moscow, the capital of Russia, you will see all the major sights including Red Square, Novy Arbat Street, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Poklonnaya Mountain with the extensive Victory Park that was laid down to commemorate WWI

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The Arbat located between Arbatskie Vorota Square and Smolenskaya Square is one of the most famous streets in Moscow. The Arbat is also one of the symbols of old Moscow, which was celebrated in poems, novels, songs and movies. Nowadays the Arbat is t

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