Non-trivial facts about the capital of the guides

Flashmob "One Like - a fact" is gaining new momentum. Now, the case took professionals - guides Site "Moscow walks" in his Twitter account told little-known facts about the capital. For the Huskies, of course.

Non-trivial facts about the capital of the guides

The Twitter account "Walking in Moscow" there was already a standard for post flashmob calling Like anyone interested in the mysteries of our capital.

It is better late than never. 1 Like = 1 obscure and trivial fact about Moscow. No dry statistics, but an interesting and strange pic.twitter.com/UrZW2PCI2l

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Record received more than 1,100 likes, but the guides are not stingy on the answers, laying out more than a hundred amusing facts.

To begin, they reminded Muscovites, many of them are not from Moscow - if you live outside the borders of the Moscow center of the ring (the border until 1960), then you are a resident of Babushkin, Cheryomushki, Perovo or whatever the name of your subway station.

18. Peace Avenue, the club still half a year ago and a few years before that there was a monument stripper pic.twitter.com/nsQ4UsoxYa

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And the guides told us that most of the people coming to Moscow for the first time, a little disappointed in the Red Square. Like, it's small, it seems on TV anymore. And by the way, the Red Square in general could become the main station Skytrain - a draft was discussed in 1902. However, the benefit cost.

13. Poplars with fluff in Moscow were massively planted only in 1960, and before that "I love this city elm," wrote Yesenin

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30. German settlement, where he had been a young Peter I, not because that's where Germans lived, but because foreigners as dumb, in Russian do not speak

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34. T. k. To Peter I the sale of alcohol in Moscow is very limited, the booze went on Pokrovka in the German settlement. "Leave the booze"

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35. "quitter" in Moscow was originally called Dr. Loder patients who sipping mineral water, had to walk for several hours

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Hookah in the temple? Is it possible? Children, in Moscow everything is possible.

119. The Annunciation church lane has the same name, and in the old basement it somehow works very atmospheric hookah pic.twitter.com/8gKVfiypxd

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. 33. As the rare American could pronounce the address Spasopeskovsky Square, the residence of the US ambassador called on it briefly - Spaso House pic.twitter.com/JRN6JtIVtT

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And still there are coats of arms of Moscow districts. It would seem, what's the Ukraine?

36. The emblem of Moscow districts were drawn in the 1990s, harsh and funny. Google. Our favorite - Khoroshevo-Mnovniki. Coat of arms with a beaver. pic.twitter.com/6tuvzQn5GW

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36a. And Shchukino - nuclear Pike pic.twitter.com/uG29C8iFeF

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"In Soviet Moscow in addition to soda machines were machines with beer and red wine, but they stood for long."

43. The action tale "Mu-Mu" is not in a remote village, but in Moscow, Ostozhenka. Somewhere opposite Gorky Park Gerasimos drowned her pic.twitter.com/vt1ndfSy4z

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46. ​​Again, a few who somehow understands that Putin has long been in the Kremlin does not work (even the building was demolished Administration). The Novo-Ogaryovo he

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49. The Soviet Union was a bowling alley. For example, in Gorky Park in the 1970s. Bowling was before the revolution, but a little different and a bowling alley called pic.twitter.com/qoR8XyRH6q

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"cheaper, healthier and better fed all in Moscow for dinner not in the canteens and fast food, and in the refectory at the monastery."

52. A bit of local history and crafts: cheaper, healthier, better fed all in Moscow for dinner not in the canteens and fast food, and in the refectory at monasteries

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And yet - how about photos of world celebrities on the background of the beauties of Moscow?

58. The night is coming, reading is difficult, we shall see tourist photographs. For example, Che Guevara Red Square pic.twitter.com/7vzOUkuLVc

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59. Marilyn Manson on Red Square pic.twitter.com/t81GYSlNhU

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60. Humble and obscure senator from Illinois on Red Square pic.twitter.com/3E8hHutbrT

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61. Boney M in Soviet Red square. It is difficult to imagine what a sensation was pic.twitter.com/3RXHgeNueC - Walking around Moscow (@moscowwalks) September 26, 2017

62. David Bowie and Iggy Pop. Meeting at the Red Square in 1976 pic.twitter.com/cJ264nN4HZ

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63. Sophia Loren on Red Square pic.twitter.com/q35iKeCEwO

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"Salad was invented in 1860 chef of the restaurant" Hermitage "in the Pipe - Lucien Olivier. In other languages ​​it is called "Russian salad". "

65. In the 1990s, Kirkorov has bought an apartment in semietazhke on the earthworks and for some reason hung on the coat of arms of his house made of plastic. Still hangs pic.twitter.com/f1K5ndd7Be

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71. The houses many offices located in the center, sometimes, looks strange. Here, alcoholics, and in the neighborhood Switzerland Embassy pic.twitter.com/zQcbK4i8Fa

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72. In Moscow, a lot of griffins. Pre-Revolutionary merchants, bourgeois and bankers molded. It was believed that money brings pic.twitter.com/QKpqfR9SbO

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"In Moscow there is no street Lenin - only Leninsky Prospekt."

73. In order to Kremlin stars were not birds, faces, covered with small spikes pic.twitter.com/2mcwJS3tjA

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83. Next to the hotel Metropole under the area still has the river flows into the Neglinnaya beautiful without a single right angle header early 20th century pic.twitter.com/ipeaUUej6N

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"In 1962, The Red Square is a car-free - to Tver in a straight line, the bridge now serving."

84. The current director of the Moscow Kremlin Museums Elena Gagarina is the daughter of the very Yuri Gagarin pic.twitter.com/GrFSSjXips

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88. In 1930 at the Belarusian wanted to build a house of Aeroflot, but abandoned the project and later the architect Chechulin it reworked the White House pic.twitter.com/mFm7VGVAhB

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"But why in English is called the capital of Russia Moscow? Because that was not there before any of Moscow, the Moscow city was called. "

102. Inside the Ring Road still retains some brand villages and towns. For example, Terehovo pic.twitter.com/vd2mtF2f51

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110. Timiryazev near the former studio of the sculptor Vucetic among the trees you can see the head of the motherland in full size pic.twitter.com/DG8gZ85d9N

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"Pickles" - a variant of the provincials.

98. Test Muscovite: "Continue the phrase" Greedy-beef ... "The correct answer is:". ... bass drum. " Check on familiar Muscovites and visitors

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"And finally - when the people of St. Petersburg are beginning to wonder too, they resemble each time fun that Peter I was a native Muscovite. Offended ".