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Life in Moscow

Things to Do in Moscow:

One of the biggest questions before going to Russia is what to pack. But don’t worry if you don’t have any cold-weather clothes yet—you can bring a basic set of clothes for spring, summer, and autumn and buy winter essentials once you’ve arrived.
February 21
Until March 15, the exhibition ‘Winnie-the-Pooh and All, All, All’ will be held in the Children's and Youth Department of the Central City Youth Library named after M.A. Svetlov. Graduates of the continuing education programme ‘Illustration. Basic Course’ decided to take a fresh look at A. A. Milne's beloved fairy tale by drawing incredibly colourful posters.
February 20
Step into a world where communication takes centre stage and love is the ultimate language. Explore this interactive exhibition dedicated to the concept of the five love languages at the Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art and discover how to connect with your loved ones on a deeper level. From words of affirmation to acts of service, immerse yourself in a journey of self-discovery and understanding as you uncover the key to creating lasting, meaningful connections. This interactive experience unlocks the secrets of expressing and receiving love in the most profound way.
February 16
On National Unity Day, the large-scale ‘Russia’ International Exhibition and Forum opened at VDNHin Moscow. Running until April 12, 2024, the festival celebrates the breakthroughs, history, art, and fascinating diversity of Russia’s regions, culture, and industry.
February 09
From February 9–18, Moscow is hosting a range of events dedicated to Lunar New Year and the upcoming Year of the Dragon.
February 08
Tver has a palace-estate where Russian emperors rested, a botanical garden, and architectural monuments of the Soviet era. The city is only a couple of hours away from Moscow (and even less by high-speed train).
February 01