Moscow, Russia

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13 Oct 2017 18:18 - +2633
Seriously looks like a skybox in some first person game rather than something that's actually there, like if you turn on your cheats and fly over it's just a flat wall.
13 Oct 2017 17:25 - +1747
Looks unreal, as if something has landed just recently.
13 Oct 2017 18:07 - +440
[This place](,37.5696082,3a,75y,282.4h,90.84t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1scIaGuxBeFV1mVeGT_ixtFg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656) on street view.
13 Oct 2017 19:48 - +411
And from the other side:
13 Oct 2017 18:36 - +231
Russia, where tomorrow means today. They're in near-future dystopian cyberpunk stage right now.
13 Oct 2017 17:56 - +205
Is this a forced perspective? Those buildings look MASSIVE
13 Oct 2017 18:38 - +182
Reminds me of [La Défense]( in Paris. But a more extreme version.
13 Oct 2017 18:06 - +153
Impressive buildings. I take it that subtly blending in with the surroundings is not a big architectural concern in Moscow.
13 Oct 2017 19:23 - +117
Honestly, I hate Moscow. Call me a fake Russian, but it's scary, people drive like they're clinically insane, and it's so congested. The best bit about it is the underground.
13 Oct 2017 18:27 - +55
It's amazing how huge Moscow is. When arriving by plane, you can't pinpoint where these building are.
13 Oct 2017 19:28 - +54
13 Oct 2017 19:10 - +52
The Bourgeoisie has returned and build itself new palaces of steel and glass.
13 Oct 2017 19:07 - +27
To be honest, this is not what I expected for Moscow :o TIL that Moscow has big ass skyscrapers!
13 Oct 2017 20:08 - +24
I loved Moscow. It was so unique and beautiful to me. The roads were actually insane and it felt strange being a sardine in the metro at rush hour, since I'm from rural Scotland. But still, what a place. I remember looking up at those buildings at night and seeing them all lit up, with a little flurry of snow in the air. One of the coolest sights.
13 Oct 2017 20:53 - +22
I like [this photo]( where their tops are above clouds. From [this surrealistic set]( taken from [the Ostankino tower](
13 Oct 2017 19:06 - +13
This reminds me of City 17
13 Oct 2017 22:36 - +13
This is trippy - as an American, I've *never* seen a picture of Moscow's skyline. Literally every photo of Moscow I've ever seen has been of the Red Square, so for whatever reason in my head I figured there were no modern skyline buildings and the city was just basically that same type of architecture all over. Of course this didn't really make much sense, but I never took time to think about it.
13 Oct 2017 20:20 - +12
13 Oct 2017 19:00 - +11
13 Oct 2017 17:10 - +9
High res please ?
13 Oct 2017 22:32 - +7
[Same buildings, but in winter.](
13 Oct 2017 19:04 - +6
looks like a mirage.
13 Oct 2017 20:11 - +6
Looks like LA out of Bladerunner if it were sunny.
13 Oct 2017 23:28 - +5
holy shit, was surprised to see this, but if you zoom all the way into the little field in the distance, towards the end of the road running through the picture, [you will see this jem.](
13 Oct 2017 20:21 - +5
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13 Oct 2017 18:39 - +5
Why is there a number on the second-right building?
13 Oct 2017 21:43 - +4
I've only see russia from inside dashcams. That is actually amazing.
13 Oct 2017 19:40 - +4
looks like the future world... Nice, very inspiring...
13 Oct 2017 21:36 - +4 This is how one of the buildings looks from ground. Barely fits to frame
13 Oct 2017 19:16 - +3
Looks like City 17. EDIT: The skyscrapper on the far right definetly looks a bit like the Citadel.

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