Chinatown is a very important building. This Chinatown is also a very interesting environment. This city is very distinctive and rich in things. It is also quite interesting to come here. You can also see it here. Very good thing for me to play with.
Chinatown is located in an ancient block in the center of Moscow. The first block was the residence of the Mongolian army. Chinatown is a semicircular geographical distribution with many Chinese shops and restaurants. You can eat good Chinese food.
After visiting the New Virgin Cemetery, we went back to the hotel to the subway and went through the National History Museum. So we got off the subway and looked at it right next to Red Square. Once in the museum, it was spectacular to see the dome paintings of successive Moscow Grand Dukes and Russian Tsars
Actually it's okay in Chinatown. Very close to the Red Square, very lively downtown
Chinese are everywhere, and Chinese tourists are everywhere with Chinese goods.
I was completely lost in Moscow when I first arrived-almost on the cold Moscow streets! The street names are all in Russian, but the hotel navigation map is in English. Asking the first passerby is an Asian girl with an unknown nationality, he took me to the reverse! After combining the instructions of the three locals, coupled with my super sense of direction and sixth sense, I went desperately, wandering for 30 minutes, and finally luckily found a hotel only a few hundred meters away in a small street!