fmp: Moscow Trip 2

This time I decided to combine 2 shorts trips I made last days in one post, first one in the centre in Khamovniki district and the other one in Lyublino in south-east of Moscow. As expected, the further you travel from the centre the less interesting, less diverse and more depressing the scenery gets. Especially…

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ring train direction sign

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One tiny little thing that Berlin trains have and Moscow’s don’t which will make life a lot easier: Photo by s-bahn-berlin.de Photo by rbb-online.de A pictogram that shows in which direction on the ring the train goes. Super easy. You need one brief sight to grasp it, while you need a couple of awkward moments in the middle of…

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