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View on th Red Square from GUM

View on th Red Square from GUM

The Red Square, the central square in Moscow. Actually 'Krasnaya Ploshchad' as it sounds in Russian should be translated not as 'red' - 'krasnaya', but as 'fine' for the Russian word 'krasnaya' means both, but in this case it was meant to be Fine Square. Personally I agree with that explanation.
The square is not very big: 695 m in length, 130 m in width, but it's very impressive. The Moscow Kremlin faces onto Red Square with its spleldid towers and walls. Red Square is rarely empty on a weekday. There one can encounter people from all over the world.

Photo taken on 2004-09-20 at 11:17:41

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Ron Culley Ron Culley
From: Glasgow, Scotland
Date: 2007-05-01 14:41:47

We used Arthur for professional and business interpretation - but his abilities as a driver and as a photographer added lustre to his overall support.
Arthur really has a good command of the English language and dealt with many technical and business discussions with ease. His ability to navigate Moscow and get us to appointments on time was most impressive but it was the small things like his reliability, his obvious integrity, his good sense that made his contribution to our visit so marked. We didn't have to attempt to read Cyrillic signs for the Metro, or restaurants or streets , Arthur was completely in control of our movement through Moscow. He really was a marvel and we can't recommend him too highly. A nice man and a most professional individual.