The Russian Revolution Square is also a place to commemorate the victory of World War II, the annual parade here is also very good, the whole square has a wide view, can see many large buildings.
Revolution Square is a square named to commemorate the victory of the October Revolution. The nearby Plaza subway station is very worth seeing. The sculptures on the theme of the victory of the October Revolution and the Soviet Red Army cover the entire subway station. The body is old photos and portraits from the Soviet era.
One-day trip to the center of Novosibirsk, Russia: Lenin Square, Revolutionary Heroes Park, the smallest and most cathedral in the city, the railway bridge, the Ob River, etc., these are the first time to visit Russia for the first time.
Revolution Square is more famous for the subway station, which has many figures carved inside, which is very distinctive. From this station, you can walk a few hundred meters to the GUM Department Store, Red Square and Kremlin
Moscow’s Revolution Square Metro Station is very worth seeing. The sculptures full of revolutionary themes cover the entire subway station, and the sculptures are all relative. I wonder how majestic and majestic the Soviet Union back then.