GUM is not just a store where you can buy almost everything. It is a shopping block where there is a pharmacy, bank branch, and flower shop … It is a monument of architecture. It is a comfortable lounge area with restaurants and cafes. It is an art gallery and venue for cultural events. It is an integral part of Russian history. It is a symbol of Moscow and it is the closest place to the Kremlin, where you can feel yourself in Europe.” Text: Grigory Revzin.
Website
gum.ru
Address
GUM, 3 Red Square, Moscow, Russia
Current city: Moscow
Other cities: KutaUbud
I am Olya, currently based in Moscow. Traveling is a fuel to my inspiration.
 

More Places in Moscow 30

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KM20 is a concept-store, restaurant and gallery in one opened right which was founded by Olga Karput in the historical part of Moscow in 2009. The store has now unveiled its latest evolution, with a new three story space packed with some of best brands. It is now over 2,500 square meters that high fashion brands and labels from young and promising designers co-exist: from Raf Simons and Helmut Lang, Vetements, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Dries Van Noten, Off-White to Cottweiler and Cav Empt and exclusive sneaker collaborations. There's something for everyone. New KM20 is not just a store. It is a place for a magical experience connected to everything modern that is happening with fashion. Objects, installations, furniture – all created specifically for the space in close collaboration with the best current creatives from all fields – this is what new KM20 is.
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Gary Tatintsian Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most important international artists of the 21st century
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Secret cocktail Bar
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A brand new business district called Belaya Ploshad (White Square) built around an early 20-century old-believers' church. Old believers are a fundamentalist sect that's split from the official Orthodox Church in 17 century. Many prominent Russian tsarist-era businessmen were from the old-believers' background. During Soviet era, this church was desecrated, then, in the 1990s, returned to an old-belivers' community and renovated. A good example of Moscow contrasts - a fundamentalist church (with a Facebook page) and modern office blocks next door. Plus - on the other side of Belaya Ploshad there is Belorussky Station Square - a large intersection with an endless construction site, a railway station, full of dirt, primitive street trade, homeless, and... nice cafes.
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Food mall in Moscow. More than 200 stalls, shops and restaurants serving food from all over the world.
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