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Whether seen through a flurry of snow, or against a bright blue summer sky, Moscow's architectural landscape is awe-inspiring.

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Moscow tips from international correspondentupdated: Wed Mar 23 2011 09:34:00

Moscow is a city defined by its scale.

Moscow chef serves up edible cathedralupdated: Fri Dec 25 2009 12:01:00

St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, with its colorful onion domes, is an architectural icon. And now you can eat it.

Midnights in Moscow, post-Soviet styleupdated: Wed Nov 12 2008 09:48:00

As I raised my hands toward the ceiling and then pointed them toward my head, I had to wonder: How would the 19th-century Russian writer Nikolai Gogol feel if he knew that a bunch of foreigners were dancing the YMCA at a nightclub named after him?

Blog: Reflections on Russiaupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 08:13:00

St. Petersburg is a city I hardly recognize. It is bright and shiny, warm and sunny.

England avoids international chess meltdownupdated: Thu Jan 11 2007 12:28:00

Chess is a challenging game at the best of times. But try playing it in Trafalgar Square, with huge pieces carved from ice -- on a relatively balmy British day that threatened to turn pawns to puddles.

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