The Kremlin may look much the same but Moscow's look has been changing sharply since the fall of communism.
"Moscow City" is the flagship regeneration development in Russia's business capital and is set to expand even further.
Swissotel Krasnye Holmy, which can be seen from Red Square, is one of the most striking new buildings, particularly by night.
The spanking new Triumph Palace, a neo-Stalinist skyscraper, is touted as Europe's tallest building.
Holy Trinity Cathedral dominates a vast housing estate in the Soviet-era suburb of Orekhovo-Borisovo.
Christ The Saviour Cathedral, in the city centre, is a complete replica of a church demolished by the Soviets.
The "completion" of Catherine The Great's unloved palace at Tsaritsyno has been dogged by a row over the plans.
Tsereteli's Peter The Great is one of modern Moscow's most inescapable monuments.
Tsereteli has also designed panels in a new underground station, bringing tsarist generals to Stalin's Metro.
Moscow's 1880 Pushkin statue was joined by Pushkin Wedding in 1999 - which some critics dubbed The Parrots.