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Red Square Rink, Moscow

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Last winter, 56,000 people descended on Moscow’s Red Square—not to protest, but to skate. The rink spans 32,000 square feet and covers one quarter of the historic square, shared with St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin. It stays open until midnight, so you’ll have ample time to take in the beautiful lights.

Admission is about 30 cents to $3, depending on the date. Through March 11, 2012. gum.ru/katok/

World's Coolest Skating Rinks

Red Square Rink, Moscow

Last winter, 56,000 people descended on Moscow’s Red Square—not to protest, but to skate. The rink spans 32,000 square feet and covers one quarter of the historic square, shared with St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin. It stays open until midnight, so you’ll have ample time to take in the beautiful lights.

Admission is about 30 cents to $3, depending on the date. Through March 11, 2012. gum.ru/katok/

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World's Coolest Skating Rinks

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