Summary: Anyone visiting Moscow knows about the city’s famous “Seven Sisters.” But few know that there were supposed to be eight. That is just one little-known aspect of their fascinating architectural history. We asked a noted urban historian to tell us more
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Video of Stalin's Vision Great video from 1938, showing the Stalinist vision for Moscow. Ends with shots of the Palace of Soviets never built, proclaiming it "the symbol of the greatness and power of the Soviet people..."