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This city has no shortage of things to do, and you'll discover many of them near Khoroshevskiy. It's not easy to pick the best sights, but Andronikov Monastery and the Andrei Rublev Museum of Early Russian Art are a couple you shouldn't miss. You should also be sure to experience Sokolniki Park and Atrium Mall. While you're here, consider checking out a few other neighbourhoods to experience more of what Moscow has to offer. Horoshovsky and Begovoy are some great areas that are nearby.
Khoroshevskiy is right near St. Basil's Cathedral, an iconic sight that draws in travellers from across the globe. It sits just 4 miles to the southeast.
Not sure what to do in the centre of the city? Feast your eyes on the State Tretyakov Gallery and the Bolshoi Theatre. To get an even better feel for the area, also stop by the State Historical Museum and Lenin's Mausoleum.
Learn more about the area at Art-Trophy, the Mir Art Gallery, the Zlato Art Gallery and the Exhibition Hall of The Moscow Artists Union. These cultural attractions cannot be missed!
While you're able to view more and more art on the internet these days, there's nothing like experiencing it first-hand. Check out the area's creative side at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, the Gallery of 19th and 20th Century European and American Art, the Multimedia Art Museum and the Moscow House of Photography.
You never quite know what you'll find while strolling around the fascinating exhibits of the Gulag History Museum, the Central Armed Forces Museum, the Kremlin Armoury Museum and Diamond Fund. If you don't want to miss anything, don't be afraid to pick the brains of the friendly staff.
You can't beat that feeling of anticipation when a live performance is about to kick off. Take your seat and wait for the curtains to go up at the Moscow Durov Animal Theatre, the Obraztsov Puppet Theatre, the Old Arbat and the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall.
If you're hoping to get close to Mother Nature, don't forget to visit the Alexander Gardens and the Alexandrovsky Garden.
Discover a number of local creatures and plants at the Aptekarskiy Ogorod Botanical Garden and the Central Botanical Garden.
Something unique about this place is its nearby public parks. Amid all the action, you won't struggle to find somewhere to relax and recharge. Hermitage Garden, Patriarch's Pond, Park Pobedy and Victory Park are some good options.
Sometimes the easiest way to get to know the locals is by checking out the shops. Don't forget to drop in at GUM Department Store, Yeliseyev Grocery Store, Expocentre and TsUM — Central Universal Department Store.
Learn more about the past at a selection of the area's historic sites, such as the Place of Skulls, the Minin and Pozharsky Monument, Red Square and Spasskaya Tower.
Whatever your religious background, it's worth experiencing Cathedral of the Assumption, Cathedral of the Annunciation, Church of the Twelve Apostles and Vysokopetrovsky Monastery.
Deck yourself out in red and yellow, head towards Luzhniki Stadium and excitedly cheer on the Russian Football Union. A trip here is obligatory for passionate soccer fans!