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Travel moscow tips guardian correspondent goingView more sharing options. The walls are covered in boxing posters and memorabilia from owner and former boxing trainer Jimmy Glenn, including snaps of Jimmy with Muhammad Ali. A new, enlarged scale model of central Moscow has gone on display at the VDNKh exhibition centre. In praise of dirty, sexy cities: the urban world according to Walter Benjamin. Named after communal housing in the days of the USSR, Kommunalka features an authentic menu, homemade vodka and a washing line. Large screens go up in Federation Square for sporting and cultural events. Every player gets a personal song as they step up to the plate.
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Then take a post-breakfast stroll along St Kilda Esplanade, which Australian songwriter Paul Kelly once said was worth the whole of Sydney harbour. Your comments are currently being pre-moderated why? From our correspondent: Gilles Peterson's Havana. Park it … like a local. The modern stagings have often proved controversial in a city that still likes its art traditional, and not everything they put on here works. On board the Trans-Siberian Railway for a centenary ride. Organising weekly rides that snake through the city, Pin-Mix club is as much about adventure as challenging poor infrastructure.