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Red Square - the main square of Moscow, located in the center of the radial-circular layout in the middle between the Moscow Kremlin (to the west) and China-town (east). From the square to the Moscow River is receding Vasilevsky descent.17-22 December 2000 at the Red Square in aid to the city of technicians and engineers of the Moscow theater "Ballet on Ice" ice rink built for the first time the size of 15 by 30 meters, with changing rooms and a buffet with hot food and coffee. The right temperature at the rink to support a mixed cooling system. The cooling system water filled the Moscow fire. Rink worked from December 23 to January 13, from 11 to 20 hours, and New Year's Eve December 31 to six hours. Admission to all day - free of charge. Next to it is a Christmas tree, and around two dozen huge ice sculptures up to 4-5 meters. In addition, in Red Square were two large video screen on which day of broadcast cartoons for children, and evening concerts.


Red Square lies just outside the Kremlin walls. This large plaza, about 1/4 mile (0.4 kilometre) long, took its name in Russian from an old word meaning both beautiful and red.

Huge military and civilian parades were held in Red Square in order to celebrate various special occasions.

Opposite the Kremlin on Red Square is GUM, the country's largest department store. It was completed in the early 1890's and remodelled in 1953. The initials GUM come from three Russian words that mean State Department Store.

St. Basil's Cathedral — a Russian church famous for its many colourful, onion-shaped domes — is also on Red Square. Originally built over 400 years ago to honour several military conquests, this building is now part of the State Historical Museum.

The Russia Hotel, one of the world's largest hotels, is near Red Square.

The Russian Parliament building, where Russians Supreme Soviet meets, lies west of the Kremlin.