Hey! I’ve been living in Moscow since 2014 and I absolutely love it. I am a singer&songwriter. Music is what I pursue as my career but I work as an English tutor cause English language is my second biggest passion after music. So, music, English language, Moscow... what else? I love talking with foreigners because that’s something that changes your mind in a way you could never thought of. I’ve been to Italy, Spain, Sri Lanka, Armenia, worked as a housekeeper in the USA, taken part in the youth forum in Japan, etc. I promise you, you’ll never get bored with me. First thing that comes to my mind about Moscow is its architecture. This city is a very precise reflection of Russian history. You'll see Russian Empire in Bolshoi Theatre and GUM, Soviet Russia in Red Square and Seven Sisters, and modern Russia in Zaryadie Park, Garage Museum and many more. Moscow is not just Red Square and stunning subway. It's far more complex. It's a cosmopolitan city with a diverse population open to anyone who wanna know more about its home. So be respectful and ready to explore something very unique.