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Mosca (AFI: [ˈmoska]; in russo: Москва?, traslitterato: Moskva, pronuncia russa [mʌˈskva], ) è la capitale, la città più popolosa nonché il principale centro economico e finanziario della Federazione Russa. Moscovo (português europeu) ou Moscou (português brasileiro) (em russo: Москва, transl. Moskva, lido Maskvá — AFI: [mɐˈskva] ) é a capital, cidade e subdivisão federal mais populosa da Federação Russa. A cidade é um importante centro político, econômico, cultural, científico, religioso, financeiro, educacional e de transportes da Rússia e do continente. Moscou é a megacidade mais ao norte na Terra, a segunda cidade mais populosa da Europa, atrás de Istambul, e a sexta cidade mais populosa do mundo, ficando atrás somente de Xangai, Istambul, Pequim, Mumbai e Karachi. Sua população, de acordo com os resultados de estatísticas federais, já ultrapassou os 12 milhões. Com base na lista de 2012 da Forbes, Moscou tem a segunda maior comunidade de milionários do mundo. Moskwa (ros. Mocква /mɐ'skva/) – stolica Rosji i największe miasto tego kraju. Jest także największym miastem Europy, liczącym 12,1 mln mieszkańców (stan na 1 stycznia 2014), przy czym cała aglomeracja liczy 15,512 mln mieszkańców (2012). Jeden z najważniejszych ośrodków politycznych, gospodarczych, kulturowych, religijnych, finansowych, edukacyjnych, komunikacyjnych oraz turystycznych Rosji. W 1990 historyczne centrum miasta (Kreml oraz plac Czerwony wraz z nawiązującymi do nich obiektami) zostało wpisane na Listę światowego dziedzictwa UNESCO. モスクワ(ロシア語:Москва́ IPA: [mɐˈskva] マスクヴァー、ru-Moskva.ogg 発音)は、ロシア連邦の首都。連邦市として市単独でロシア連邦を構成する83の連邦構成主体のひとつとなっており、周囲を占めるモスクワ州の州都でもある。人口は約1150万人でヨーロッパで最も人口の多い都市であり、世界有数の世界都市である。漢字による当て字は莫斯科。英語で発音した場合には、モスコーあるいはモスカウ(Moscow [ˈmɒskoʊ, ˈmɒskaʊ])のようになる。 莫斯科(俄語:Москва,羅馬化:Moskva,IPA:[mɐsˈkva] 聆聽;英语:Moscow)是俄羅斯聯邦和莫斯科州的首都,自成爲首都起就一直是政治、经济、科学、文化及交通中心,城区人口约1200万,是欧洲人口第二多的城市,仅次于伊斯坦布尔,占据了全國總人口的1/10。面積2,510平方公里,與莫斯科州和卡盧加州接壤。 莫斯科沿莫斯科河而建,由1147年的莫斯科大公時代開始,到沙皇俄国至蘇聯及俄羅斯聯邦政權都一直擔任著國家首都的角色。它是歷史悠久的克里姆林宮所在地,並一直作為上述政權的總部,為俄羅斯數個被列入世界遺產之一的建築群。 موسكو (بالروسية:Москва́، مسكفا) هي عاصمة روسيا وأكبر مدينة من حيث عدد السكان، وكيانات روسيا الاتحادية. موسكو مركز السياسة والاقتصاد والثقافة والدين والمالية والتعليم والنقل في روسيا، وتعتبر مدينة عالمية. وهي سابع أكبر مدينة حسب عدد السكان. عدد سكان موسكو (اعتباراً من يناير 2010) 10,562,099 نسمة. بمرور الوقت، اكتسبت المدينة مجموعة متنوعة من الأسماء المستعارة، معظمهم يُشير إلى مكانتها البارزة في حياة الأمة: روما الثالثة (Третий Рим)، بيضاء الصخر (Белокаменная)، العرش الأول (Первопрестольная)، أربعون الأربعين (Сорок Сороков). Москва́ (произношение (инф.)) — столица Российской Федерации, город федерального значения, административный центр Центрального федерального округа и центр Московской области, в состав которой не входит. Крупнейший по численности населения город России и её субъект — 12 330 126 чел. (2016), самый населённый из городов, полностью расположенных в Европе, входит в первую десятку городов мира по численности населения. Центр Московской городской агломерации. Moskou (Russisch: Москва, Moskva, IPA: Geluidsfragment [mɐˈskva] (info / uitleg)) is de hoofdstad en met afstand de grootste stad van Rusland, voorheen van de Sovjet-Unie. De inwoners worden Moskovieten genoemd. Moscú (Acerca de este sonido /mɐˈskva/ (?·i) en ruso, Москва, transliterado como Moskvá) es la capital y la entidad federal más poblada de Rusia. La ciudad es un importante centro político, económico, cultural y científico de Rusia y del continente. Moscú es la megaciudad más septentrional de la Tierra, la segunda ciudad de Europa en población después de Estambul, y la sexta del mundo. Su población es de 12.108.257 habitantes. En virtud de su expansión territorial al suroeste del óblast de Moscú, el 1 de julio de 2012 la capital aumentó su área en 2,5 veces, desde unos 1.000 km² hasta 2.500 km², y ganó una población adicional de 230.000 habitantes. Moscou (en russe : Москва, Moskva, API : /mɐˈskva/) est la capitale de la Fédération de Russie et la plus grande ville d'Europe. Moscou est situé sur la rivière Moskova. La ville se situe dans la partie européenne de la Russie et administrativement dans le district fédéral central. Moscou a le statut de ville d'importance fédérale. La ville est enclavée dans l'oblast de Moscou, mais en est administrativement indépendante. Le noyau historique de la ville se situe sur la colline qui domine la rive gauche de la Moskova, à l'endroit où se trouvent aujourd'hui le Kremlin et la place Rouge. Moskau (russisch Москва́ Zum Anhören bitte klicken! [mɐˈskva], Moskwa) ist die Hauptstadt der Russischen Föderation und mit rund 11,55 Millionen Einwohnern (Stand 14. Oktober 2010) die größte Stadt bzw. mit 15,1 Millionen (2012) die größte Agglomeration Europas. Der Kreml und der Rote Platz im Zentrum Moskaus stehen seit 1990 auf der UNESCO-Liste des Weltkulturerbes. Mit acht Fernbahnhöfen, drei internationalen Flughäfen und drei Binnenhäfen ist die Stadt wichtigster Verkehrsknoten und größte Industriestadt Russlands. Moscow (/ˈmɒskoʊ/ or /ˈmɒskaʊ/; Russian: Москва́, tr. Moskva; IPA: [mɐˈskva] ) is the capital and most populous city of the Russian Federation, with 12.2 million residents within the city limits and 16.8 million within the urban area. Moscow has the status of a Russian federal city.
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موسكو (بالروسية:Москва́، مسكفا) هي عاصمة روسيا وأكبر مدينة من حيث عدد السكان، وكيانات روسيا الاتحادية. موسكو مركز السياسة والاقتصاد والثقافة والدين والمالية والتعليم والنقل في روسيا، وتعتبر مدينة عالمية. وهي سابع أكبر مدينة حسب عدد السكان. عدد سكان موسكو (اعتباراً من يناير 2010) 10,562,099 نسمة. تقع على نهر موسكفا في المنطقة الفيدرالية المركزية في المنطقة الأوروبية من روسيا. موسكو تقع على ملتقى ثلاث منصات الجيولوجية. تاريخياً، كانت عاصمة الاتحاد السوفيتي، والإمبراطورية الروسية (لثلاث سنين 1728–1730)، روسيا القيصرية، ودوقية موسكو، وهي موقع كرملن موسكو، أحد مواقع التراث العالمي في المدينة، الذي يخدم الرئيس الروسي كمنزل. البرلمان الروسي (مجلس الدوما ومجلس الاتحاد) والحكومة الروسية يقعون في المدينة أيضاً. موسكو تُعتبر مركزا اقتصاديا رئيسيا. فهي تحتوي العديد من المؤسسات العلمية والتعليمية، والعديد من المرافق الرياضية كذلك. فهي تمتلك نظام نقل معقد يشمل أربعة مطارات دولية، تسعة محطات للسكك الحديدية، ونظام المترو الثاني أكثر ازدحاماً في العالم (بعد طوكيو) الذي يشتهر بهندسته المعمارية والأعمال الفنية. المترو هو المترو أكثر ازدحاماً المشغل بالفرد في العالم. بمرور الوقت، اكتسبت المدينة مجموعة متنوعة من الأسماء المستعارة، معظمهم يُشير إلى مكانتها البارزة في حياة الأمة: روما الثالثة (Третий Рим)، بيضاء الصخر (Белокаменная)، العرش الأول (Первопрестольная)، أربعون الأربعين (Сорок Сороков). Москва́ (произношение (инф.)) — столица Российской Федерации, город федерального значения, административный центр Центрального федерального округа и центр Московской области, в состав которой не входит. Крупнейший по численности населения город России и её субъект — 12 330 126 чел. (2016), самый населённый из городов, полностью расположенных в Европе, входит в первую десятку городов мира по численности населения. Центр Московской городской агломерации. Историческая столица Великого княжества Московского, Русского царства, Российской империи (в 1728—1730 годах), Советской России и СССР. Город-герой. В Москве находятся федеральные органы государственной власти Российской Федерации (за исключением Конституционного суда), посольства иностранных государств, штаб-квартиры большинства крупнейших российских коммерческих организаций и общественных объединений. Расположена на реке Москве в центре Восточно-Европейской равнины, в междуречье Оки и Волги. Как субъект федерации Москва граничит с Московской и Калужской областями. Москва — важный туристический центр России. Московский Кремль, Красная площадь, Новодевичий монастырь и Церковь Вознесения в Коломенском входят в список Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО. Она является важнейшим транспортным узлом. Город обслуживают 5 аэропортов, 9 железнодорожных вокзалов, 3 речных порта (имеется речное сообщение с морями бассейнов Атлантического и Северного Ледовитого океанов). С 1935 года в Москве работает метрополитен. Moscú (Acerca de este sonido /mɐˈskva/ (?·i) en ruso, Москва, transliterado como Moskvá) es la capital y la entidad federal más poblada de Rusia. La ciudad es un importante centro político, económico, cultural y científico de Rusia y del continente. Moscú es la megaciudad más septentrional de la Tierra, la segunda ciudad de Europa en población después de Estambul, y la sexta del mundo. Su población es de 12.108.257 habitantes. En virtud de su expansión territorial al suroeste del óblast de Moscú, el 1 de julio de 2012 la capital aumentó su área en 2,5 veces, desde unos 1.000 km² hasta 2.500 km², y ganó una población adicional de 230.000 habitantes. Moscú está situada a orillas del río Moscova, en el Distrito Federal Central de la Rusia europea. En el curso de su historia, la ciudad ha sido capital de una sucesión de estados, desde el Gran Ducado de Moscú de la Edad Media, el Zarato ruso y la Unión Soviética, exceptuando el período del Imperio ruso. En Moscú se encuentra el Kremlin de Moscú, una antigua fortaleza donde se halla hoy el lugar de trabajo del presidente de Rusia. El Kremlin también es uno de los varios sitios que son Patrimonio de la Humanidad en la ciudad. Ambas cámaras del Parlamento ruso (la Duma Estatal y el Consejo de la Federación) también tienen su sede en Moscú. La ciudad posee una amplia red de transporte que incluye tres aeropuertos internacionales, nueve estaciones de ferrocarril y uno de los más profundos sistemas de metro del mundo, el metro de Moscú, solo superado por el de Tokio en número de pasajeros. Su suburbano es reconocido como uno de los más ricos y variados arquitectónicamente en sus 185 estaciones, repartidas por la ciudad. Según la publicación Forbes 2011, Moscú es la segunda ciudad del mundo en número de multimillonarios. Moskau (russisch Москва́ Zum Anhören bitte klicken! [mɐˈskva], Moskwa) ist die Hauptstadt der Russischen Föderation und mit rund 11,55 Millionen Einwohnern (Stand 14. Oktober 2010) die größte Stadt bzw. mit 15,1 Millionen (2012) die größte Agglomeration Europas. Moskau ist das politische, wirtschaftliche, wissenschaftliche und kulturelle Zentrum Russlands, mit Universitäten und Instituten sowie zahlreichen Kirchen, Theatern, Museen und Galerien. Im Stadtgebiet befinden sich einige der höchsten europäischen Hochhäuser und die markanten Sieben Schwestern, sowie der 540 Meter hohe Ostankino-Turm, das höchste Bauwerk Europas. Moskau ist Sitz der Russisch-Orthodoxen Kirche, der Patriarch residiert im Danilow-Kloster, das größte russisch-orthodoxe Kirchengebäude ist die Moskauer Christ-Erlöser-Kathedrale. Es gibt im Stadtgebiet von Moskau über 300 Kirchen. Der Kreml und der Rote Platz im Zentrum Moskaus stehen seit 1990 auf der UNESCO-Liste des Weltkulturerbes. Mit acht Fernbahnhöfen, drei internationalen Flughäfen und drei Binnenhäfen ist die Stadt wichtigster Verkehrsknoten und größte Industriestadt Russlands. Moscou (en russe : Москва, Moskva, API : /mɐˈskva/) est la capitale de la Fédération de Russie et la plus grande ville d'Europe. Moscou est situé sur la rivière Moskova. La ville se situe dans la partie européenne de la Russie et administrativement dans le district fédéral central. Moscou a le statut de ville d'importance fédérale. La ville est enclavée dans l'oblast de Moscou, mais en est administrativement indépendante. Moscou est à la fois la ville la plus peuplée d'Europe, avec plus de douze millions d'habitants intra muros, d'après le recensement officiel de 2014 et près de quinze millions d'habitants dans l'aire urbaine, et la plus étendue (plus de 1 000 km2). C'est aussi la ville dont le budget est le plus élevé comparé à celui de toutes les autres capitales européennes (52 milliards de dollars en 2012). Elle est le siège économique, politique et universitaire de la Russie, regroupant 8,9 % de la population du pays. Ses habitants sont les Moscovites. Moscou a joué un grand rôle dans l'histoire de la Russie. D'abord ville modeste du nord de la Rus' de Kiev, elle prend progressivement le relais de Kiev, après la décomposition politique de la Rus' puis les invasions mongoles du XIIe siècle. Elle a été la capitale du Grand-duché de Moscou avant que Pierre le Grand ne transfère la capitale à Saint-Pétersbourg, qui reste capitale de l'Empire russe jusqu'à la Révolution d'Octobre, après quoi Moscou devient capitale de la jeune République socialiste fédérative soviétique de Russie puis en 1922, de l'Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques. Moscou est également connue pour son patrimoine architectural : le Kremlin avec ses palais et églises, la cathédrale Saint-Basile-le-Bienheureux sur la place Rouge, la cathédrale du Christ Sauveur ainsi que les Sept Sœurs staliniennes. Le monastère Danilov à Moscou est aussi le siège du patriarche de l'Église orthodoxe russe. Le noyau historique de la ville se situe sur la colline qui domine la rive gauche de la Moskova, à l'endroit où se trouvent aujourd'hui le Kremlin et la place Rouge. Moscou a été longtemps appelée par le peuple russe la « Mère » (Matouchka Moskva). La ville est le siège de nombreuses institutions universitaires et culturelles de la Fédération. Moscou a organisé les Jeux olympiques d'été de 1980. Moscou a une place importante dans l'économie russe : elle produit 25 % du PIB de la Fédération. Après sept décennies de communisme, Moscou s'est transformée en « géante capitaliste » et s'impose dans l'économie européenne et mondiale. La construction du Centre de commerce international de Moscou (CCIM), appelé aussi « Moskva-City », est le symbole de cette transformation. Mais cette mutation ne s'est pas faite sans poser de problèmes, les écarts socio-économiques étant devenus considérables : une part de la population s'est fortement enrichie, tandis que l'augmentation du coût de la vie a aggravé les conditions de vie des plus modestes. モスクワ(ロシア語:Москва́ IPA: [mɐˈskva] マスクヴァー、ru-Moskva.ogg 発音)は、ロシア連邦の首都。連邦市として市単独でロシア連邦を構成する83の連邦構成主体のひとつとなっており、周囲を占めるモスクワ州の州都でもある。人口は約1150万人でヨーロッパで最も人口の多い都市であり、世界有数の世界都市である。漢字による当て字は莫斯科。英語で発音した場合には、モスコーあるいはモスカウ(Moscow [ˈmɒskoʊ, ˈmɒskaʊ])のようになる。 Mosca (AFI: [ˈmoska]; in russo: Москва?, traslitterato: Moskva, pronuncia russa [mʌˈskva], ) è la capitale, la città più popolosa nonché il principale centro economico e finanziario della Federazione Russa. Sorge sulle sponde del fiume Moscova e occupa un'area di 2 561,50 km². Con più di 12 milioni di abitanti (18 milioni nell'area metropolitana) è la prima città d'Europa per popolazione e la prima per superficie in Europa, è inoltre la residenza di circa un decimo dei cittadini russi. È dunque l'undicesima città più popolosa del mondo e la megalopoli più settentrionale e fredda della Terra. Mosca è la città con il più alto numero di milionari residenti nel mondo, è stata classificata come la nona città più costosa al mondo da Mercer ed è una delle più grandi economie urbane, essendo classificata come una città alfa globale ed è anche una delle destinazioni turistiche in più rapida crescita secondo il MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index. Mosca è sede del Governo della Federazione russa, situato nel Cremlino di Mosca, una cittadella medievale fortificata, oggi sede del Presidente russo. Il Cremlino di Mosca e la Piazza Rossa sono uno dei tanti siti Patrimonio dell'umanità della città. Infine anche il Parlamento russo (composto dalla Duma di Stato e dal Consiglio federale) ha sede nella città. La città è ben nota per la sua architettura unica che consiste in molti edifici storici tra cui la Cattedrale di San Basilio con le sue cupole colorate e i magazzini GUM. È sede della Torre di Ostankino, la più alta struttura d'Europa; della Mercury City Tower, il più alto grattacielo d'Europa e del Centro internazionale di affari di Mosca. Con più del 40% del suo territorio ricoperto da piante, è una delle capitali più verdi d'Europa e del mondo; tra i parchi più belli della città ricordiamo: il Gorkij Park, il Kolomenskoye Park e il Parco Caricyno. Mosca è considerata il centro della cultura russa, essendo stata casa di molti prestigiosi artisti, scienziati e sportivi russi nel corso della sua storia e perché è sede di molti musei, accademie, istituzioni politiche e teatri. La città è servita da un'ampia rete di transito, che include: 4 aeroporti internazionali (Šeremet'evo, Domodedovo, Vnukovo e Bykovo), 9 stazioni ferroviarie, numerosi tram, un sistema monorotaia, e una delle più grandi e profonde metropolitane del mondo, la Metropolitana di Mosca, la prima più frequentata in Europa e la quarta più frequentata nel mondo. Essa è conosciuta come uno dei punti di riferimento della città ed è famosa per la ricchezza dell'architettura delle sue 200 stazioni (tra quelle considerate più belle troviamo: Komsomol'skaja, Ploščad' Revoljucii, ovvero Piazza della Rivoluzione che da sulla Piazza Rossa, e Kievskaja). Mosca fu fondata nell'anno 1147 da Jurij Dolgorukij. Il suo perimetro si estese nel 1960 fino a includere i paesi limitrofi di Babuškin, Kuncevo, Ljublino, Perovo, Tušino e (nel 1986) di Solncevo. Nel corso del tempo la città ha ricevuto numerosi epiteti, che si riferiscono alle sue dimensioni e allo status preminente all'interno della nazione: La Terza Roma (Третий Рим), La Pietra Bianca (Белокаменная), Il Primo Trono (Первопрестольная), Le Quaranta Fortezze (Сорок Сороков), e Città Eroe (город-герой). Il nome degli abitanti in russo è "москвич" (moskvič), reso in italiano con "moscovita" al singolare e "moscoviti" al plurale. Nel corso della sua storia la città è stata capitale di una successione di stati: del Granducato di Mosca, del Regno russo, dell'Impero russo e dell'Unione Sovietica. 莫斯科(俄語:Москва,羅馬化:Moskva,IPA:[mɐsˈkva] 聆聽;英语:Moscow)是俄羅斯聯邦和莫斯科州的首都,自成爲首都起就一直是政治、经济、科学、文化及交通中心,城区人口约1200万,是欧洲人口第二多的城市,仅次于伊斯坦布尔,占据了全國總人口的1/10。面積2,510平方公里,與莫斯科州和卡盧加州接壤。 莫斯科沿莫斯科河而建,由1147年的莫斯科大公時代開始,到沙皇俄国至蘇聯及俄羅斯聯邦政權都一直擔任著國家首都的角色。它是歷史悠久的克里姆林宮所在地,並一直作為上述政權的總部,為俄羅斯數個被列入世界遺產之一的建築群。 Moscow (/ˈmɒskoʊ/ or /ˈmɒskaʊ/; Russian: Москва́, tr. Moskva; IPA: [mɐˈskva] ) is the capital and most populous city of the Russian Federation, with 12.2 million residents within the city limits and 16.8 million within the urban area. Moscow has the status of a Russian federal city. Moscow is a major political, economic, cultural, and scientific center of Russia and Eastern Europe, as well as the largest city entirely on the European continent. By broader definitions Moscow is among the world's largest cities, being the 14th largest metro area, the 18th largest agglomeration, the 15th largest urban area, and the 11th largest by population within city limits worldwide. According to Forbes 2013, Moscow has been ranked as the ninth most expensive city in the world by Mercer and has one of the world's largest urban economies, being ranked as an alpha global city according to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, and is also one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world according to the MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index. Moscow is the northernmost and coldest megacity and metropolis on Earth. It is home to the Ostankino Tower, the tallest free standing structure in Europe; the Federation Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Europe; and the Moscow International Business Center. By its territorial expansion on July 1, 2012 southwest into the Moscow Oblast, the area of the capital more than doubled, going from 1,091 to 2,511 square kilometers (421 to 970 sq mi), and it gained an additional population of 233,000 people. Moscow is situated on the Moskva River in the Central Federal District of European Russia, making it the world's most populated inland city. The city is well known for its architecture, particularly its historic buildings such as Saint Basil's Cathedral with its brightly colored domes. With over 40 percent of its territory covered by greenery, it is one of the greenest capitals and major cities in Europe and the world, having the largest forest in an urban area within its borders—more than any other major city—even before its expansion in 2012. The city has served as the capital of a progression of states, from the medieval Grand Duchy of Moscow and the subsequent Tsardom of Russia to the Russian Empire to the Soviet Union and the contemporary Russian Federation. Moscow is considered the center of Russian culture, having served as the home of Russian artists, scientists and sports figures and because of the presence of museums, academic and political institutions and theaters. Moscow is the seat of power of the Government of Russia, being the site of the Moscow Kremlin, a medieval city-fortress that is today the residence for work of the President of Russia. The Moscow Kremlin and Red Square are also one of several World Heritage Sites in the city. Both chambers of the Russian parliament (the State Duma and the Federation Council) also sit in the city. The city is served by a transit network, which includes four international airports, nine railway terminals, numerous trams, a monorail system and one of the deepest underground rapid transit systems in the world, the Moscow Metro, the fourth-largest in the world and largest outside of Asia in terms of passenger numbers, and the busiest in Europe. It is recognized as one of the city's landmarks due to the rich architecture of its 200 stations. Moscow has acquired a number of epithets, most referring to its size and preeminent status within the nation: The Third Rome (Третий Рим), The Whitestone One (Белокаменная), The First Throne (Первопрестольная), The Forty Forties (Сорок Сороков), and The Hero City (город-герой). In old Russian the word "Сорок" (forty) also meant a church administrative district, which consisted of about forty churches. The demonym for a Moscow resident is "москвич" (moskvich) for male or "москвичка" (moskvichka) for female, rendered in English as Muscovite. Moscovo (português europeu) ou Moscou (português brasileiro) (em russo: Москва, transl. Moskva, lido Maskvá — AFI: [mɐˈskva] ) é a capital, cidade e subdivisão federal mais populosa da Federação Russa. A cidade é um importante centro político, econômico, cultural, científico, religioso, financeiro, educacional e de transportes da Rússia e do continente. Moscou é a megacidade mais ao norte na Terra, a segunda cidade mais populosa da Europa, atrás de Istambul, e a sexta cidade mais populosa do mundo, ficando atrás somente de Xangai, Istambul, Pequim, Mumbai e Karachi. Sua população, de acordo com os resultados de estatísticas federais, já ultrapassou os 12 milhões. Com base na lista de 2012 da Forbes, Moscou tem a segunda maior comunidade de milionários do mundo. Moscou está situada sobre o rio Moscova, no Distrito Federal Central da Rússia europeia. No curso de sua história, a cidade serviu como capital de diversos Estados, como da Moscóvia medieval, do subsequente Czarado da Rússia e da União Soviética. Durante a Guerra Fria, Moscou foi o centro do chamado Bloco do Leste. A capital também é a sede do Kremlin, uma antiga fortaleza que é hoje a residência do presidente russo e sede do poder Executivo do governo da Rússia. O Kremlin é também um dos vários Patrimônios da Humanidade na cidade. Ambas as câmaras do Parlamento russo, a Duma e o Soviete da Federação, também estão sediadas em Moscou. A cidade é servida por uma extensa rede de trânsito, que inclui quatro aeroportos internacionais, nove terminais ferroviários e uma das maiores redes de metrô do mundo, e que perde apenas para Tóquio em termos de número de passageiros e reconhecido como um dos marcos da cidade devido à arquitetura rica e variada de suas 185 estações. Moskou (Russisch: Москва, Moskva, IPA: Geluidsfragment [mɐˈskva] (info / uitleg)) is de hoofdstad en met afstand de grootste stad van Rusland, voorheen van de Sovjet-Unie. De inwoners worden Moskovieten genoemd. Moskwa (ros. Mocква /mɐ'skva/) – stolica Rosji i największe miasto tego kraju. Jest także największym miastem Europy, liczącym 12,1 mln mieszkańców (stan na 1 stycznia 2014), przy czym cała aglomeracja liczy 15,512 mln mieszkańców (2012). Jeden z najważniejszych ośrodków politycznych, gospodarczych, kulturowych, religijnych, finansowych, edukacyjnych, komunikacyjnych oraz turystycznych Rosji. Moskwa jest siedzibą najwyższych władz państwowych Rosji w tym: prezydenta, parlamentu (Dumy Państwowej i Rady Federacji) oraz rządu. W przeszłości miasto było stolicą: Księstwa Moskiewskiego (1213–1328), Wielkiego Księstwa Moskiewskiego (1328–1547), Carstwa Rosyjskiego (1547–1712), Rosji Radzieckiej (1917–1922) i Związku Radzieckiego (1922–1991). Moskwa jest także stolicą Rosyjskiego Kościoła Prawosławnego. Znajduje się tu ponad 600 świątyń różnych wyznań, w tym Cerkiew Chrystusa Zbawiciela – największa na świecie cerkiew prawosławna, a także Monaster Daniłowski – siedziba patriarchy moskiewskiego i całej Rusi. Podczas II wojny światowej Moskwa jako jedyna stolica europejska odparła ataki niemieckie uzyskując tytuł „miasta-bohatera”. Miasto jest obecnie jednym z najważniejszych ośrodków finansowych świata. W rankingu miast światowych pod względem kosztów życia Moskwa zajęła w 2006 pierwsze miejsce jako najdroższe miasto świata, w 2009 była trzecia. W rankingu miast światowych miesięcznika „Forbes” Moskwa zajęła w 2011 po raz kolejny z rzędu pierwsze miejsce pod względem liczby zamieszkujących ją miliarderów (79 osób). Wcześniej, w 2009, w rankingu tym przejściowo z pierwszego spadła na trzecie miejsce. W 1990 historyczne centrum miasta (Kreml oraz plac Czerwony wraz z nawiązującymi do nich obiektami) zostało wpisane na Listę światowego dziedzictwa UNESCO.
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A panoramic view of Moscow in 1867. .
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center
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600
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12569
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2011
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175
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The second weekend of September
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Clockwise from top left: Cathedral of Christ the Saviour; Spasskaya Tower of the Moscow Kremlin; MIBC; Red Square; Bolshoi Theatre; and Moscow State University.
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Coat of Arms of Moscow.svg
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Flag of Moscow.svg
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Moscow in Russia .svg
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MSK Collage 2015.png
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370
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RU-MOW
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-6.3 -5.5
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-12.3 -9.2
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-9.3 -7.4
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37
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23.1 25.8
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15.4 13.5
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18.2 20.6
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323
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21.7 22.7
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12.6 11.5
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17.7 16.6
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299
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55
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45
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Moscow Moscow normals 1961–1990
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37
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37
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4
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3.2 1.5
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142
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20.1 18.4
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9.4 7.6
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13.1 14.7
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274
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Yes yes
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33
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8.6 8.2
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2 3.7
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5.1 6.1
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88
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Federal city
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Federal cities of Russia
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12197596 Combined population of Moscow Federal City and Moscow Oblast is 19,561,194 14300000 16900000
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2015
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123
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Москва
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7.1 8.7
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12.6 11.1
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171
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Yes yes
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400
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8.9 10.4
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