The past two years has brought enormous change to Russia’s capital city. The New York Times takes a look at some of the changes.

“The city fathers have torn down the old Rossiya Hotel, a giant Brezhnev-era hulk that few will miss, and commissioned a new hotel and entertainment complex by the British architect Norman Foster. The Rossiya’s demise has opened the airspace around one of Moscow’s most historic places, Varvarka Street.”

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