Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Enjoy beautiful  pictures of Moscow taken from an airplane approaching to land and standing on the roof of a business center.

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Maryino region.

Moscow Rooftop Views

The South port.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

The centre of the city.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Kolomenskoye, Tsaritsyno.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Pokrovskoye cemetery.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Chertanovo South.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views
Factories.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Yasenevo.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Access to Prince Plaza Trade Center is always difficult due to traffic jams.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Solntsevo.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Traffic jam.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Novo-Peredelkino.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Solnechnaya station.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Pictures of Moscow taken from the business center Domnikov are even more beautiful.

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Garden Ring.

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Kotelnicheskaya Skyscraper.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Ministry of Foreign Trade and Golden Ring Hotel.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Leningrad Star.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Triumph Plaza.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Big Sukharevskaya Square,

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Skyscrapers of the New Arbat.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Ostankino TV Tower.

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Kazan train station.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Landing in Sheremetyevo.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Academician Sakharov Prospect.

Moscow Rooftop Views

The USSR Ministry of transport construction.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Kazan train station.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Staircase leading to the skies.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

The Olimpiyskiy Sports Complex.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow State University.

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Moscow Rooftop Views

Location:  Moscow

via zyalt and chistoprudov

7 thoughts on “Moscow Rooftop Views”

  1. I really enjoy these nightly sceneries from Moscow where everything is lighted by yellow sodium lamps. If they ever decide to replace these lamps with white LEDs, we will certainly look back to these golden times with warmfulness.

  2. I always try to spot the monstrous buildings of Russian science academy in these Moscow photo reports, but I’ve never managed to. It’s such a architectural gem that we would really like to see some close-up photos of that complex. Not only photos from those twin towers, but also on the ground level. Please, dearest ER, make my wishes come true.

  3. i think we have seen these same photos a 100 times. It would be way cooler if the were taken from wing suit base jumpers

  4. It’s a beautiful city day or night – I would love to see some more of the nicer houses and older buildings (not the one’s in ruin and falling a part) rather than the newer modern apartments and business buildings that we commonly see on here. There are some absolutely beautiful single family homes and neighborhoods around Moscow that haven’t been featured on EnglishRussia. I’m not talking about the one’s where all the homes look the same either. Also it would be really fantastic to see a post about how a wooden onion dome is built. I love Russian Architecture.

    • You know the neighborhoods I’m talking about where they have a whole lot of older Russian Architecture incorporated into the newer designs.

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