Topics: Social class, Carnival, Carnival of Venice Pages: 2 (676 words) Published: March 1, 2014
3) The most famous pedestrian street in Chelyabinsk is Kirovka.  Its beauty can be compared to Moscow Arbat. The street is designed with life-size sculptures: proud chief of police, modest peasant, light-hearted beggar, freelance artist in front of the curved mirror, Russian left-hander Levsha. Guests of the city and local people like taking pictures with them. Stroll down Arbat Street, lined with trees, lamps of cast iron and lots of benches make the street cosy and comfortable. There are clothing shops, bookstores, a photo gallery, and jewelry shops. There's even an Irish Pub!  The citizens of Chelyabinsk love this street so much that appoint dates and meetings here. They surely take their guests from different parts of the world to Kirovka to boast.  There is a sign for newlyweds associated with this pedestrian street: if young couple walk along the Kirovka on their wedding day, they will have long and happy family life.  Kirovka became a nice place for tourists. Chelyabinsk Regional Museum of Local History is a unique treasury of historical, cultural and spiritual heritage of the region. The museum collects, preserves and displays historical, artistic and natural science collections. The opening ceremony was arranged on 1 July 1923. In 2006 the new building was open and is one of the most beautiful architectural monuments of the city. It is located at the place where in the first half of the 18 century, Chelyabinsk was a fortress, that’s why the walls of the museum looks like towers. Chelyabinsk Regional Museum of Local History takes the deserving place besides other museums of Russian Federation. There are lots of places and sights to visit in our city and one of the most popular sights among citizens is «Sphere of Love»«Sphere of Love» is the most romantic and unusual sculpture in Chelyabinsk. This composition is located in the center of Chelyabinsk not far from the cinema «Kinomax – Ural».It was created by a group of sculptors by the lead of Viktor...
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