Patriarshy Ponds

The area made famous by Master and Margarita of Bulgakov is always expected to have that special spooky urban feel. But really it’s just a nice area to walk, to chill or have picnic, or hang out in one of the many bars around. Right now it’s one of the most expensive and sought-after residential areas in Moscow. Walk between metro Mayakovskaya, Tverskaya and Barrikadnaya. 
In Moscow Patriarshy Ponds in winter have an ice skating area photo by Vera -


Patriarch Ponds
8, Bolshoy Patriarshiy per. metro Mayakovskaya


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