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The Moscow include areas from 's 3rd Ring to Moscow Ring Road All airports are out of Central Moscow.

is the historical centre of , located in the Garden Ring.

Moscow is the part of that's north of the Kremlin, east of Tverskaya Street …


Moscow is in and also part of .

is one of the three main airports of , and the main hub of Aeroflot.

are two large parts of city, that lie outside consolidated residential zone of the city, which lies within and just beyond the MKAD.

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Afrikaans: Moskou, Albanian: Moska, Amharic: ሞስኮ, Arabic: موسكو, Aragonese: Moscú, Armenian: Մոսկվա, Arpitan: Moscou, Asturian: Moscú, Azerbaijani: Moskva, Basque: Mosku, Belarusian: Горад Масква, Bengali: মস্কো, Bosnian: Moskva, Breton: Moskov, Bulgarian: Москва, Catalan: Moscou, Chechen: Москох, Chinese: 莫斯科, Church Slavic: Москъва, Chuvash: Мускав, Corsican: Moscù, Croatian: Moskva, Czech: Moskva, Danish: Moskva, Dimli (individual language): Moskowa, Dutch: Moskou, Esperanto: Moskvo, Estonian: Moskva, Finnish: Moskova, French: Moscou, Galician: Moscova, Georgian: მოსკოვი, German: Moskau, Greek: Μόσχα
Hebrew: מוסקבה, Hindi: मास्को, Hungarian: Moszkva, Icelandic: Moskva, Ido: Moskva, Indonesian: Moskwa, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Moscova, Irish: Moscó, Italian: Mosca, Japanese: モスクワ, Kashubian: Mòskwa, Korean: 모스크바, Kurdish: Mosko, Kurdish: Moskow, Latin: Moscua, Latvian: Maskava, Limburgan: Moskou, Lithuanian: Maskva, Livvi: Moskovu, Lojban: Moskuas, Low German: Moskau, Luxembourgish: Moskau, Macedonian: Москва, Marathi: मॉस्को, Narom: Moscou, Norwegian: Moskva, Norwegian Nynorsk: Moskva, Occitan (post 1500): Moscòu, Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܡܘܣܩܒܐ, Old English (ca. 450-1100): Moscoƿ, Ossetian: Мæскуы, Persian: مسکو, Polish: Moskwa, Portuguese: Moscou
Portuguese: Moscovo, Pushto: مسکو, Romanian: Moscova, Romanian: Москова, Russian: Москва, Serbian: Москва, Serbo-Croatian: Moskva, Sicilian: Mosca, Slovak: Moskva, Slovenian: Moskva, Spanish: Moscú, Swedish: Moskva, Tajik: Маскав, Tamil: மாஸ்கோ, Tatar: Мәскәү, Thai: มอสโก, Tibetan: མོ་སི་ཁོ།, Tosk Albanian: Moskau, Turkish: Moskova, Udmurt: Муско, Uighur: موسكۋا, Ukrainian: Москва, Upper Sorbian: Moskwa, Urdu: ماسکو, Uzbek: Moskva, Vietnamese: Matxcơva, Vietnamese: Moskva, Vietnamese: Mát-xcơ-va, Volapük: Moskva, Walloon: Moscou, Welsh: Moscfa, Western Frisian: Moskou, Yiddish: מאָסקװע, Yiddish: מאסקווע
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