A long freight from Tokyo to Moscow, via Helsinki
Sheremetyevo International Airport is an international airport located in 29 km northwest of central Moscow.
It is a hub for passenger operations of the Russian international airline Aeroflot. It is now the second-largest airport
in Russia, after Domodedovo.
Sheremetyevo International Airport of Moscow
Smoking room was provided in the International Airport of Moscow.
The door is open and there is a risk that side-smoke can be flowed out.
This is an outside area of the passport control.
The passport control hall to proceed to arrival before a baggage claim.
The train terminal in Sheremetyevo International Airport is connected with a moving walkway.
(L) E-ticket of the Aeroexpres (R) A passenger in the waiting room outside platform
(L) Aeroexpress train vehicles at the terminal (R) Interior of the Aeroexpress vehicle.
A train arrived at Belorusskaya railway station, another terminal station of Aeroexpress.
Aeroexpress train arrived at Belorusskaya railway station.
Belorusskaya railway station and ticket counter
(L) Automatic vending machine for buying a railway ticket (R) Aeroexpress leaves the terminal every 30 minutes.
According to Forbes 2013, Moscow has the largest community of billionaires in the world. In 2008, Moscow
had 74 billionaires with an average wealth of $5.9 billion, which placed it above New York's 71 billionaires.
However, as of 2009, there are only 27 billionaires in Moscow compared with New York's 55 billionaires.
Based on Forbes' 2011-list of the world's billionaires, Moscow is the city with the most billionaires in the world,
with 79 from 115 in all of Russia. The nouveau riche, also called the 'New Russians', often in a derogatory sense,
have a reputation for flaunting their wealth; the avenues for doing so have increased in recent times - a sense
of fashion and self-consciousness has instilled itself through the many haute couture and haute cuisine spots
(L) Condominium in downtown Moscow, hotel and office buildings (R) A large Aeroflot advertisement near Belorusskaya railway station
(L) Tverskaya-Yamskaya street near Belorusskaya railway station (R) Mayor office-building near Moskva River
(L) World Trade Centre in Moscow (R) House of Russian Federation Government
House of Russian Federation Government, or Russian White House, is a government building in Moscow.
It stands along Moskva River. The building serves as the primary office of the government of Russia and
is also the official residence of the Russian Prime Minister.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Building in Moscow: One of the 1930s-style buildings constructed by Stalin in the capital of Russia.
(L) State Duma of the Federal Assembly of Russia stands at Okhotny Ryad, Moscow
(R) Russian State-Library: The national library of Russia, located at the opposite side of Kremulin.
The New City of Moscow
Moscow International Business Center: This photography was taken by Dr. J. Miyamoto in July 2014.
Moscow International Business Center also referred to as New-City is a commercial district in central Moscow.
The Moscow IBC is expected to become the first zone in Russia to combine business activity, living space and
entertainment in one single development. The Moscow government conceived the project in 1992.
An estimated 300,000 people will be working in, living in, or visiting the complex at any given time.
Europe's tallest building is Mercury City Tower is constructed on the territory of Moscow IBC. Furthermore,
the complex includes third-tallest, fourth-tallest, fifth-tallest buildings in Europe. The Federation Tower is
currently under construction and is going to be the next tallest building in Europe, even taller than Mercury
City Tower, in 2015.
In order to manage the project, a public company CITY was founded in 1992, which is responsible for overseeing
the initial creation and development of Moscow City as well as its subsequent exploitation. CITY is also a general
contractor and both landlord and lessor. The construction of the Moscow IBC is taking place on the Presnenskaya
embankment of the Moscow River approximately 4 kilometers west of Red Square. Before construction began,
the area represented an old stone quarry where most of the buildings were factories and industrial complexes
that had been closed or abandoned. The total cost of the project is estimated at $12 billion.
A high-rise building complex is still under construction.
(L) Evolution Tower (R) Mercury City Tower
Naberezhnaya Tower, Federation Tower and Mercury City Tower
The City of Capitals and Imperial Tower
The City of Capitals, Federation Tower and Imperial Tower
GUM, Glavnyi Universalnyi Magazin, is the name of the main department store in many cities of the former
Soviet Union, known as State Department Store during the Soviet times. It is currently a shopping mall,
facing Red Square. It is about the same size as a large North American shopping mall.
GUM Department Store
GUM Department Store
GUM Department Store
GUM Department Store and escalator: The escalator is covered with the woody materials.
Sparrow Hills is a hill on the bank of the Moskva River and one of the highest points in Moscow. The observation
platform, which gives a good panoramic view of the city, is on a steep bank above a height of 70 m above the
(L) A grand view from Sparrow Hills in Moscow (R) Riding down the ski lift at Sparrow hills
Sky lift and the lower station at Sparrow hills
A crise boat over the Moskva River: The pictures were taken near Vorobyovy Gory metro station.
Finn Aircraft from Tokyo is landing on the Helsinki Inter. Airport, Finland.
We are now landing to the Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport.
Non-stop, Airport express train links Sheremetyevo International Airport
and Belorusskaya railway station, downtown, Moscow.
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Moscow Kremulin Church, museum and theatre of Moscow Moscow metro Moscow hotels
Russian life High-speed train, Sapsan Saint Petersburg Winter Palace Peterhof Palace
Catherine Palace Saint Petersburg metro Saint Petersburg hotels Pickpocket
The photographs were taken in July, and article was written in August 2014,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.