After a rest in Alexandria Garden in front of the west gate of the Kremlin, he walked down the opposite Albat Street. This street has a history of more than 500 years and has become the famous "Art Street" in Moscow in recent years. The streets are lined with elegant cafes, and the streets are filled with painters who portray people. We went from east to west and enjoyed the buildings on the street as we walked. Sit down in the cafe and enjoy a cup of strong coffee. It feels like a relaxing pedestrian street. At the end of Albat Street is the Garden Ring Road. One of Stalin's seven sisters, one of the towering buildings of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is on the roadside.
Many shops, many souvenirs, many former residences and so on, unfortunately do not recognize Russian, but also recognize the bronze statues of Pushkin and his wife. There are graffiti, tall and beautiful women on the street. The raspberries from the peddlers are very fresh and delicious. At the intersection, there is one of the seven sister buildings built in Stalin's period and the old Foreign Ministry building, which is more distinctive.
Arranged for nearly half a day to visit this street, feeling completely unnecessary, less than an hour to complete the journey, it is really no big deal, on the way to appreciate Russian beauty is also a little interesting, haha.......................................... I had a Russian meal at the local fast food chain. I really can't get used to eating it! ___________
Albat Street is a pedestrian street in the center of Moscow, close to the Moscow River. It originated in the 15th century and is about one kilometer long. It is one of the most famous and oldest streets in Moscow. Street has a strong Russian style, in this brick paved street, you can see not only the most traditional, the most primitive things, but also modern fashionable play. On both sides of the street, the antique shops are displayed like antiques, while the very fashionable coffee shops, clothing shops and exquisite gift shops intersect each other.
After the baptism of Napoleon's war, Albat Street was the exclusive elf of Moscow who wanted to rebirth. There is a description in Anna Karenina "that day, when she walked up to him in a brown dress in the house on Albat Street and allowed herself to be with him, she felt that at this moment she was completely cut off from her past life, that another brand-new life had begun, that she knew nothing about it, and that in fact, she continued to live the old one. Life. " Sadness and realistic description, people can not rely on any chance to change their lives, to live the expected, brand-new life, need to change from the bottom of their hearts. Because of this description, the street has been scrambled for "weeding" by classic enthusiasts. It bears more than 500 years of history. Although it has now become a cultural and commercial street, there are classical buildings in the 14th and 16th centuries standing on both sides. They are concise and atmospheric, and contain heavy historical traces. It feels like instantaneous time passes through. Walk here, think about the life you want, and remember to take bold action, otherwise you will still live the old life.
Albat Street is the most famous pedestrian street in Moscow by the Moscow River. It is not far from Red Square. In fact, the world's famous pedestrian streets are quite similar, and Albat Street is no exception. It is no exception to visit the marks of historical celebrities, feel the small shops full of literary and artistic flavor and Russian style, and buy souvenirs by hand. Especially since the doll set of Chinese opera is the first choice.
The pigeons in the street are not afraid of people at all. They are looking for food. The prices of the goods in the shops on both sides are general, and there are Chinese-speaking waiters. Russian dolls can be seen here. We are traveling from St. Petersburg to Moscow. The price of dolls is all the way down.
The highlight is that it has a European flavor. It feels tall and blue. Find everything fresh and new. I like it very much.