The Novodevichy Convent was founded in 1524 to celebrate the taking of Smolensk from Lithuania, an important step in Moscow’s conquest...
Adjacent to the Novodevichy Convent, the Novodevichy Cemetery is one of Moscow’s most prestigious resting places – a veritable who’s who...
Leo Tolstoy’s winter home during the 1880s and 1890s now houses an interesting museum dedicated to the writer’s home life. While it’s...
Still one of the hottest clubs in Moscow, this uberexclusive nightclub offers scantily clad women, cool music and expensive cocktails....
As part of the ongoing gentrification, this old market has been taken over by hipsters who instantly filled the premises with little...
After wandering the grounds and examining the graves at Novodevichy, an energy boost is usually in order. The perfect place for this is Stolle, specialising in tasty Saxon pies. Choose from the selection of savoury and sweet pastries sitting on the counter, or order something more substantial from the sit-down menu.