Arbat Street is a famous street in Moscow. It is divided into old streets and new streets
here full of street performers and western restaurants
chat dating tours, etc.
have to mention The young men and girls in Russia are really handsome guys
This is a US Hollywood movie-style restaurant
impromptu performance, of course, the movie theme song Titanic my heart is eternal ~
Arbat Street is a famous pedestrian street in the heart of Moscow. It originated in the 15th century and is about 1 km away from the Moscow River, one of the oldest surviving streets in Moscow.
Although narrow and short, only eight or nine hundred meters long, ten meters wide, the Russian style is very strong, the Russians call it "the elf of Moscow." On this brick-paved street, you can see the most traditional and quaint things, as well as the most modern and fashionable things. On both sides of the street, those quaint old shops, special shops selling traditional crafts, are displayed like antiques, but they are very fashionable coffee shops, clothing stores, and exquisite gift shops.
Arbat Street was once a paradise for artists and painters, and it has many antique buildings. Arbat Street's small shop is a family of goods, such as warm earmuffs, elaborate sandals, earrings, pendants, all kinds of weird amulets, chic bags, T with star heads Shirts, old-fashioned posters, forged documents, antiques, sculptures, dolls with the image of successive Russian leaders... The artists who paint on the streets are an immortal landscape on Arbat Street. Arbat Street is Moscow's most prestigious commercial street. Its significance to Russians is equivalent to Beijing's "Xidan" and "Wangfujing".
The night finally came at around ten o'clock, but in Moscow's only last night, I still couldn't give up the impulse to shoot the night scene, so I sent the melon back to the hotel and I went to the Red Square again to find some scenes that I missed during the day. It is still a theater subway station, which is a very good looking exit around Red Square. The small traders in the subway station have long been closed, but a large aquarium still attracts passers-by, there are squid inside, and you can see the delicious caviar mother squid. During the day, we rushed past the Resurrection Gate and I remembered countless times, but I forgot the point at the door, the zero kilometer mark of Moscow. There are 4,000 large and small streets in Moscow, criss-crossing and extending in all directions.
The 4,000 roads have a starting point. This starting point is the zero-kilometer sign of Moscow Road. It can also be said to be the center of Moscow. There are many tourists who are closing their eyes in the center and throwing coins backwards to make a wish. So at night, it will also attract a lot of tramps who will wait for coins. The cloudy showers were not reflected until late in the evening, and there were fewer visitors to the National Museum due to the weather or the weekend night.
On returning from Sergiev Posad to the city, it is already after 4 in the evening. We now arrive at the famous pedestrian street in Moscow, Arbat Street. This is one of the streets that most retains an ancient quality, so Arbat Street seems to be a place that any visitor to Moscow must go to.
Of course, this and other large cities in the country will always have the same commercial pedestrian street, so opinions will vary regarding whether you like this or not. The feeling it gives me is not ancient, so it is not that interesting. You could say the majority of world commercial pedestrian streets have all developed in the same way.