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Will appear in Moscow street Kuindzhi and Bilibin20 December 2016Will appear in Moscow street Kuindzhi and Bilibin

This will happen in 2017

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The bridge will connect the Park and the promenade will be a unique viewing platform.

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French breakfast in Moscow: best places to buy croissants and eye-opening coffee

Every morning we have to rush somewhere. Moscow is the city of motion, the city of rhythm, and the city in which you have to be constantly in good shape and keep up the pace. But when can you calm down and enjoy life, you ask? Thus, on your way to work you can just stop for a few minutes to eat freshly baked warm croissant with chocolate and take a couple of sips of strong aromatic coffee with Irish cream syrup.

Le Pain Quotidien Café and Bakery or "Khleb Nasushchnyy": It should not be confused with "Nash Khleb Nasushchnyy" café and bakery. Despite the fact that these bakery cafés belong to the same group of companies, the differences are quite substantial.

"Paul Bakery" Café and Bakery: "Paul Bakery" is a Russian bakery café chain with the history dating back to 2005, when the first bakery was opened. During the last 10 years, delicious pastries have been prepared in all "Paul Bakery" cafés every morning, such as croissants with chocolate, almond cream and other fillings as well as plain croissants known as "Vienna rolls".

"Paul" Café: "Paul" Café is a paradise for gourmands. Croissants are available in two different variants: classic small croissants with a crunchy crust made of layered dough and large-size almond-filled crescents. The choice is yours – a classic French dessert or Neo-Parisian chic