Maria Selezneva

Moscow

Spotter since 2020

My spots (19)

Pita&Souvlaki – Greek tavern

I'm obsessed with Greek food, and after looking far and wide in Moscow, "Pita&Suvlaki" has become my favorite... I really like their chicken souvlaki!

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Restaurants
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Snacks

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Maria

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Krasnostudenchesky Proezd – Tram stop time machine

Tram stop "Krasnostudenchesky Proezd" in Moscow is an option for you if you want to travel back in time. It looks really stylish, too!

arts&culture
Art & culture
relaxing
Relaxing

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Maria

Selezneva

Molon Lave – Come and take it!

"Molon Lave" is a fine Greek restaurant in Moscow! I find it a perfect place for celebrating special occasions, as I just love Greek food!

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Restaurants

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Maria

Selezneva

Roaster Coffee – Best raf here!

"Roaster Coffee" in Moscow has amazing atmosphere - it looks hipsterish but isn't tasteless, as happens sometimes. I love their raspberry raf coffee...

coffee&tea
Coffee & tea
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Restaurants

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Maria

Selezneva

Multimedia Art Museum – Arts meets technology

The "Multimedia Art Museum" in Moscow is dedicated to modern art infused with digital technologies, but which is also historical in some ways.,,

arts&culture
Art & culture

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Maria

Selezneva

Fermskie Ponds – To relax and reflect

The "Fermskie Ponds" in Moscow are some of the city's best ponds to relax and reflect. They were planned back in the 17th century...

relaxing
Relaxing

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Maria

Selezneva

Burger & Fries – Basic food

"Burger & Fries" in Moscow is a very respectable choice for a good burger after a busy day. I like the spot on Serpukhovsky Val. I recommend the 'Rodeo'...

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Restaurants
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Snacks

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Maria

Selezneva

Myasnitskaya Street – Reminiscent of St. Petersburg

"Myasnitskaya Street" in Moscow reminds me of Saint Petersburg. It has exemplary architecture - my favorite one is the 'House with a Lion'...

arts&culture
Art & culture
relaxing
Relaxing

By

Maria

Selezneva

About me

About me
I came to Moscow for the first time in the spring of 2003; then I was only a
schoolgirl from Belarus participating in a Russian language international contest that took place in Moscow. I was impressed with its power and glory, I enjoyed the places which I had only dreamed of before after seeing them in the movies… And I was happy.

A year and a half later, I came there to study at the Pushkin Russian Language State Institute. Years went by, I graduated and turned out to be a person who spent quite a long time there to get to know its hidden gems and cozy places. Now I’m full of knowledge which I would like to share with the people who come to Moscow to know it better – just like me in 2003.

I’m into all things travel and think that it’s better to get acquainted with the city in the way one lives it all the time. And also I like writing, so being a Spotter is a perfect thing for me.

Why Moscow?
Moscow is a vibrant and lively city, full of hopes and surprises. When you live here, you think you know it well. But actually, nobody knows it better than those who love discovering Moscow's hidden gems and new routes, taking photos of small side-streets you've never been to, and reading about them.

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