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The unpopular Peter the Great Statue in Moscow. Repeatedly named one of the ugliest in the world, Moscow authorities offered to relocate the statue to St. Petersburg. The offer was declined.

The unpopular Peter the Great Statue in Moscow. Repeatedly named one of the ugliest in the world, Moscow authorities offered to relocate the statue to St. Petersburg. The offer was declined.

Red square Moscow

Red square Moscow

Goodness....look at the expression on her stone face...a mourning stone in Europe.  I can't believe someone can carve such emotion in stone

Goodness....look at the expression on her stone face...a mourning stone in Europe. I can't believe someone can carve such emotion in stone

Moscow: more lanes = more cars - Yup - it's that crazy and Russians all know how to drive in it. Amazing skills!

Moscow: more lanes = more cars - Yup - it's that crazy and Russians all know how to drive in it. Amazing skills!

THE ROMANOVS BURIAL PLACE ~ The Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg was found by Peter I, in 1708 he made it The Romanov dynasty's mausoleum. So starting himself all Romanovs (except Peter II, whose grave is in Moscow, and Ivan VI) were buried here.

THE ROMANOVS BURIAL PLACE ~ The Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg was found by Peter I, in 1708 he made it The Romanov dynasty's mausoleum. So starting himself all Romanovs (except Peter II, whose grave is in Moscow, and Ivan VI) were buried here.

The giant monument 'Rodina-Mat' zovyot!''( Mother Motherland Is Calling) also known as Mother Motherland, at the memorial on Mamayev Hill built to honour those who died in the Battle of Stalingrad during the World War II, in the Russian city of Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, on January 30, 2013.

The giant monument 'Rodina-Mat' zovyot!''( Mother Motherland Is Calling) also known as Mother Motherland, at the memorial on Mamayev Hill built to honour those who died in the Battle of Stalingrad during the World War II, in the Russian city of Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, on January 30, 2013.

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