In June 2012 we travelled to Russia for a two centre holiday in St Petersburg and Moscow. Given the state of east/west relationships this is not something that I expect ever to do again.
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It was only a few stops on the metro and within fifteen minutes we were taking the escalator from Smolenskaya station back to street level and on to the pedestrianised main street lined with historic churches, timber houses and nineteenth century mansions all overshadowed by the nearby Foreign Ministry building, one of Stalin’s Gothic skyscrapers and the nearby Soviet apartment blocks built on New Arbat.
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