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On the other side of the river, Christ the Savior.
In one of the huge factory halls I have seen an exciting poster exhibition.
In the Lumière Brothers photo museum there was an exhibition presenting daily life in the Soviet era, after which I can say with safety that Russia lives more at peace with its recent past than Hungary.
On the roof terrace hyper-modern restaurants are waiting for the golden youth. The prices? They bite, as the Russians say, but how!
Then I somehow arrive at the Bersenevskaya naberezhnaya. Here I say goodbye to the Red October and the – really great – Peter, who turns his back to me. Previously the statue of Columbus stood here, which was replaced for the reform tsar by Zurab Tsereteli. And I continue towards the Patriarshy bridge, named so in memory of Patriarch Alexy II, who passed away in 2008. This leads over to the colossal Christ the Savior Cathedral.