My Russian life, in pictures

Today’s post is slightly different than normal. Given how my workload ensures I can’t really do much, I don’t have any stories or anecdotes. However, I figured it was a good time to show some pictures that I took in the three months I’ve been here. So, without further ado, here you go!

This "I love Moscow" sign (notice the conjugation of Moscow here) was taken in Kolomenskoye Park, in the southeastern part of the city.

This “I love Moscow” sign (notice the conjugation of Moscow here) was taken in Kolomenskoye Park, in the southeastern part of the city.

Here is the view from my classroom. I will also admit that the golden arches of McDonalds is very tantalizing.

Here is the view from my classroom. I will also admit that the golden arches of McDonalds is very tantalizing.

The famous St. Basil's Cathedral.

The famous St. Basil’s Cathedral.

This is my official EF badge!

This is my official EF badge!

This building towering over the street is one of Stalin's buildings. It reminds you of a supervillain's lair, doesn't it?

This building towering over the street is one of Stalin’s buildings. It reminds you of a supervillain’s lair, doesn’t it?

This is Belorusskaya Metro Station; I took this when I went on a mini tour of the Moscow metro stations. The metro itself is the world's third biggest one, and it's very efficient.

This is Belorusskaya Metro Station; I took this when I went on a mini tour of the Moscow metro stations. The metro itself is the world’s third biggest one, and it’s very efficient.

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