There are many emblematic squares in Moscow which contain sculptures surrounded by perfect marble ledges, banks and with floors which are one hundred percent skateable. Some good examples of these are Red Square, the Memorial Museum of Azstronautics, Indira Gandi Park Moscow and Victory Park. The following spots are relatively near to Victory Park; Indira Gandi Park Moscow, Moscow City Center of Child Creativity and the famous Oktyabrskaya Square. If you look around the streets of this enormous city, between the squares, you will surely find other hidden surprises.
Red Square is in the centre of Moscow, along with the Historic and Architectural Complex of the Kazan Kremlin, the Lenin Mausoleum, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kazan Cathedral and the History Museum. It is definitely worth seeing this part of Moscow. Furthermore, the area is full of restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, nightclubs and casinos. There are also some immense shopping centres around Kiev Station, like the Evropeysky with its seven floors and the TRK Afimoll-siti across the river.