The Hungry Duck was a legendary Moscow bar of the 1990s. At the peak of its popularity, "the Duck", as it was known, was an icon of Moscow hedonism, an unbridled, sexual, and sometimes violent venue. The Duck's "Ladies Night" was exceptionally popular, bringing in as many as 920 women in a single night. The patrons of the Duck were uninhibited, free to dance upon the bar and remove their clothing. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Hungry Duck"
Vagan'kovskoye Cemetery (Ваганьковское кладбище), established in 1771, is located in the Krasnaya Presnaya (Красная Пресная) district of Moscow, Russia. It is the burial site for a number of people from the artistic and sports community of Russia and the old Soviet Union. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vagankovo Cemetery"
Yauza River is a confluent of the Moskva River, the second in size river in Moscow (after the Moskva River). 48 km length. Flows from the swamps near the north-east border of Moscow. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yauza River"
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