What’s new #25

Moscow in ratings The Russian capital ranked sixth in terms of living standards on the World’s Best Cities rating, published by the international consulting company Resonance. Experts looked at a total of 100 cities. They were assessed across different metrics, including infrastructure development, employment opportunities, cultural life, tourism, and the economy. London was in first…

What’s new #24

A world class concert hall opened in Zaryadye Park The opening ceremony was attended by President Vladimir Putin, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin, and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Rus’. A total of about 300 events will be held in the concert hall in 2019/2020. They include music concerts, lectures,…

What’s new #23

Medical cluster at Skolkovo The construction of the first building of the Moscow International Medical Cluster has been completed at Skolkovo. “The first clinical and diagnostic building, equipped with the most modern technology, has been completed in Skolkovo’s medical cluster. Plus, the most modern control center in Russia has been established here. One of the…

What’s new #22

A unique concert hall in Zaryadye park Zaryadye park’s concert hall will open in 2018. This park will become a concert area for a variety of genres – from classical music, jazz, and stage festivals to complex opera productions and fashion shows. The unusual philharmony building, comprising 23.6 thousand square meters, promises to become one of…

What’s new #21

How Moscow is preparing for FIFA World Cup In 2018, the city will face an important task – hosting the FIFA World Cup. This event will be watched by people from all over the planet, and at least hundreds of thousands of football fans will come to the Russian capital to cheer for their teams. National…