Graduated from Ulyanovsk State University with a degree in journalism. I have been engaged in editorial activity since 2004. I like travelling, discovering new places, sharing bright impressions and emotions.
I studied art history and museum business, now I compose intercultural educational programs for teenagers and I carry out excursions around St.Petersburg. I love theaters and traveling, I am happy when I find new things in the usual. I dream of people understanding and protecting each other more than they are.
I am a post-graduate student of historical faculty of the Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov, teacher of history at a school, tour guide (I cooperate with the project “Exit to the city”, the Museum of Architecture named after AV Shchusev). I’m a Muscovite. Moscow gives me no rest: it inspires, torments, takes away sleep. I love Pokrovka, China, Basmanny, Maiden Field, a tram on the Clean Ponds and a trolleybus on the Garden Ring. I really like to share with people their attitude to the city, to show people their favorite places.
I was born and live in Moscow, studied at the Literary Institute. A.M. Gorky on the poetic branch. I am engaged in journalism, sports and music. I love the Russian North and martial arts, the poetry of the Silver Age and the songs of Andrei Makarevich. I can break a brick with my fist or talk to death. So, I am really friendly.
I am a philologist by education, a journalist by profession, an author of many articles and essays, including – on the topic of travel. To Moscow I have a direct relationship on the right of love and kinship, I am proud of the blood connection with this magnificent city, I’m interested in the history of old Moscow and the Moscow region.
I graduated from the Department of Art History of the Faculty of the Moscow State University. The sphere of interest is architecture history and art of the Middle Ages. I was born in Moscow, so I love my native city. I think that interesting places in this city can be opened duting the whole my life.
I graduated from the Department of Theory and History of Art of the Moscow State University. My specialization is the early Christian art. I lead a seminar group at the Club of Young Art Critics at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art. My interests include development of world and Russian art, cultural and artistic connections between Russia and other countries, Russian-Italian contacts, as well as the development of architecture and urban planning in Moscow for centuries and up to the present day.
My name is Yana Safina and I live in Australia. I enjoy a lot of editing articles of this project in English. I hope you are also interested in reading them.
Conscious interest and love to culture were born to me when I was a child while studying at a music school. Later they developed into my profession. After graduating from the Faculty of History of Moscow State University, I became an art critic. And Moscow – my hometown, which is still for me one of my favorites.
I am a student of the Technical University of Berlin (master’s program “History of Arts and Technology”), graduate of the Bachelor of History Department of the Moscow State University (Department of Art History). Former junior researcher at the New Jerusalem Museum of Housing and Communal Services, an employee of the Auction House Kabinet.
There is a Russian proverb “Where I was born, there I fit.” I am very glad that the event gave me the opportunity to participate in an interesting project and talk about my city. I was born and grew up in Moscow, I can say that this is the most diverse and interesting city in the world. By education, the editor, but all my life I am engaged in journalism. I’m interested in the culture and history of our country and, of course, its capital
I am a post-graduate student of historical faculty of Moscow State University. Arriving in Moscow, I was imbued with the image and spirit of the city, which preserved the traces of many significant events and human destinies. Now I would like to share these feelings, while still recognizing the city even closer.