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Thursday, 3 November 2011

Moscow visual diary








I was so looking forward to discover Moscow that although was an intense trip it was way too short!
What impressed me the most was, of course, the architecture, the clash between the stalinist cold buildings with more colorful and plasticine-made looking others, like St. Basil's Cathedral, which actually looks more like a Disneyland attraction rather than something to do with religion. Aside from the must-see locations I also had a chance to enjoy one of my biggest hobbies when traveling: Markets! And so the visit to the Izmailovo market did not disappoint, totally recommended if you guys are visiting soon!

Tenía tantas ganas de conocer Moscú que aunque fue un viaje intenso me supo a poco! Lo que más me impresionó fue, como no, la arquitectura, el choque entre edificios frios estalinistas con otros coloristas y moldeados cual plastilina, como la catedral de San Basilio, que parece mas una atracción digna de Eurodisney que nada perteneciente a la religión. Y a parte de las visitas obligadas también disfruté de uno de mis pasatiempos favoritos, los mercadillos, por eso la visita a Izmailovo no me decepcionó nada, totalemente recomendable a los que vayais de visita!











































27 comments:

geoffrey huang said...

very nice bag and I love moscow

naito said...

wow! Moscow is beautiful place! Enjoy!

Nikulshin said...

Next city you must visit - Saint-Petersburg!

Karla P said...

Preciosa ciudad!
Me encanta tu blog Pelayo,
Un beso!

Julie said...

Great to see your own city from the different point of view!

Corpse Bride said...

Precioso! Todo preciosoo!! =)

http://theblondiemary.blogspot.com/

Roman Trends said...

Me encantan las botas en la alformbra del Ritz-Carlton. Geniales!

Anaivilo said...

Moscow is one of the most beautiful cities in the world! The buildings are so unique and colorful, I simply adore them! :D:X

Christoph G said...

Looking good! :)
Have fun in NY dude

Nan de Bil said...

Y la gente dónde está?

MARTIJN MENDEL said...

beautiful photos, really impressive!
x
martijnmendel.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Really nice outfit. Don't like Moscow though or Russia in general. Yeah, I lived through the Solviet Union thing. Not nice. But it's great for you to have the chance to travel. Envy you in that part.
Cheers!

Valencia Out said...

Nos ha encantado la entrada! Aunque esperamos con ansia una guía no-visual en la que nos cuentes todo lo que no nos podemos perder!
=)

Marta said...

que fotos tan preciosas!!
Tiene pinta de ser una ciudad preciosa, aunque muy muy fria :D!
unbesin

Marta·

Sylvia Etc... said...

such nice pics!!
loving all the diamanté details of chandeliers etc... seem you are having a sunny time in Moscow, enjoy :!

www.sylviaetc.blogspot.com

Jefferson de Saxe-Cobourg said...

Wow ! Great photos, looks like a fairytale ! the buildings, the colors, the chandelier's photo is wonderful ! Hope you had a good trip, sure makes me wanna go !

Anonymous said...

wow your pictures are amazing ;)

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Irene Morengo said...

me encantan los edificios, son impresionantes, y no sabia que los mercadillos de moscú valieran la pena, ya se que visitar cuando vaya :)
Pásate por mi blog si te apetece:
http://manteneoslocos.blogspot.com/
un besito <3

Marta Herráez said...

Que pasada !! son fotos como de cuentos de princesas!! Un beso Pelayo!

Teemu said...

Russia has never looked this tempting to visit! I love that green wall with all those figures.

Maya H said...

love your outfit and amazing pictures!!

Hey Hey Coco said...

Siempre he querido ir a Rusia, cualquier ciudad me pareceria bien. Y acostunbrada al frio de Burgos, no se me haria muy dificil. Jaja
un beso.
xxxHHCxxx

peggy confetti said...

i had just found a bunch of chandelier crystals like those at a flea market. i put them on a chain. they make the most fabulous necklaces.

misscreacioness said...

acabo de descubrir tu blog y me encantaaaaaaaaaaaa!! te sigo desde ya..muchos saludos!!

dani said...

Qué bonitas las matryoshkas! Me encanta tu outfit para tu estancia en Rusia! Qué bonito post!(L)

ANIRA said...

Geniales las fotos!
Uno de mis sueños desde niña es visitar Moscow..
Espero poder ver más fotos con una segunda entrega ;)
Un saludo
http://therealwildlife.blogspot.com

Philippe Philippe said...

woow woow woow !!

http://www.philippe-girard.blogspot.com