Moscow's Quotes

Collection of top 72 famous quotes about Moscow's

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Moscow's Quotes By Roman Abramovich: If I had to think where I could If I had to think where I could live if not Moscow, London would be my first choice and second would be New York. — Roman Abramovich
Moscow's Quotes By Martin Schulz: I believe it is wrong to give Moscow I believe it is wrong to give Moscow a rebate on Ukraine sanctions because of Syria. — Martin Schulz
Moscow's Quotes By George Mikes: In Moscow they do not pay much attention In Moscow they do not pay much attention to the living but keep their cemeteries in a splendid state. — George Mikes
Moscow's Quotes By Mary Tyler Moore: There's one beneficial effect of going to Moscow. There's one beneficial effect of going to Moscow. You come home waving the American flag with all your might. — Mary Tyler Moore
Moscow's Quotes By Tariq Ali: Those who really value Ukrainian sovereignty should opt Those who really value Ukrainian sovereignty should opt for real independence and a positive neutrality: neither a plaything of the West nor Moscow. — Tariq Ali
Moscow's Quotes By Dasha Zhukova: There is a very strong theatre-going tradition in There is a very strong theatre-going tradition in Moscow. It has stayed strong. — Dasha Zhukova
Moscow's Quotes By William L. Shirer: they knew also that the Communist underground was they knew also that the Communist underground was directed from Moscow and served chiefly as an espionage source for the Russians.* — William L. Shirer
Moscow's Quotes By Klement Gottwald: We are the party of the Czechoslovak proletariat We are the party of the Czechoslovak proletariat and our general headquarters are in Moscow. — Klement Gottwald
Moscow's Quotes By Dick Beddoes: Napoleon didn't take Moscow, the Nazis got within Napoleon didn't take Moscow, the Nazis got within 21 miles in 1943, but in a war of a different kind, Team Canada conquered Moscow. — Dick Beddoes
Moscow's Quotes By Mikhail Bakunin: The star of revolution will rise high above The star of revolution will rise high above the streets of Moscow, from a sea of blood and fire, and turn into a lodestar to lead a liberated humanity — Mikhail Bakunin
Moscow's Quotes By Alexei Navalny: We need a real tent city in the We need a real tent city in the heart of Moscow. — Alexei Navalny
Moscow's Quotes By Patriarch Tikhon Of Moscow: God descends to the humble as waters flow God descends to the humble as waters flow down from the hills into the valleys. — Patriarch Tikhon Of Moscow
Moscow's Quotes By Aslan Maskhadov: The war is ending, for the first time The war is ending, for the first time in the history of relations between Moscow and Grozny, and the era of peace is starting. — Aslan Maskhadov
Moscow's Quotes By Norman Davies: As from the 1490s, the double-headed eagle began As from the 1490s, the double-headed eagle began to appear as the symbol of state in Moscow as in Vienna, as indeed in Constantinople. — Norman Davies
Moscow's Quotes By Alexander Litvinenko: The quality of Moscow's hired killers had slipped The quality of Moscow's hired killers had slipped since the KGB's glory days. — Alexander Litvinenko
Moscow's Quotes By Alexander Pushkin: I do not like Moscow life. You live I do not like Moscow life. You live here not as you want to live, but as old women want you to. — Alexander Pushkin
Moscow's Quotes By Barry Goldwater: I fear Washington and centralized government more than I fear Washington and centralized government more than I do Moscow. — Barry Goldwater
Moscow's Quotes By Carl I. Hagen: The old SV (Socialist Left Party) were useful The old SV (Socialist Left Party) were useful idiots for the communists in Moscow. Today's SV are useful idiots for Saddam Hussein. — Carl I. Hagen
Moscow's Quotes By Francois Hollande: There must be pressure on Moscow so that There must be pressure on Moscow so that we have negotiations. Moscow will not succeed by unilaterally backing Bashar al-Assad. — Francois Hollande
Moscow's Quotes By Mstislav Rostropovich: I came to Moscow when I was 5 I came to Moscow when I was 5 years old from Baku. To walk all night in Moscow will bring back my youth to me. — Mstislav Rostropovich
Moscow's Quotes By Dmitry Glukhovsky: Welcome to the First International Red Fighting Brigade Welcome to the First International Red Fighting Brigade of the Moscow Metropolitan in the name of Ernesto Che Guevara! — Dmitry Glukhovsky
Moscow's Quotes By Anton Chekhov: Moscow is a city that has much suffering Moscow is a city that has much suffering ahead of it. — Anton Chekhov
Moscow's Quotes By Alan Furst: Moscow had this incredible, intense atmosphere of intrigue Moscow had this incredible, intense atmosphere of intrigue and darkness and secrecy. — Alan Furst
Moscow's Quotes By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: FYODOR MIKHAYLOVICH DOSTOYEVSKY was born in Moscow in FYODOR MIKHAYLOVICH DOSTOYEVSKY was born in Moscow in 1821, the second of a physician's seven children. When — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Moscow's Quotes By Dasha Zhukova: Most museums in Moscow, like Tretyakov, were established Most museums in Moscow, like Tretyakov, were established by philanthropists, whose passion for art allowed the development of culture on many levels. — Dasha Zhukova
Moscow's Quotes By W. Averell Harriman: I always read everything on the desks of I always read everything on the desks of people I went to see in Moscow, London, Paris I found it quite useful. — W. Averell Harriman
Moscow's Quotes By Vladimir Sorokin: As a storyteller I was influenced by the As a storyteller I was influenced by the Moscow underground, where it was common to be apolitical. — Vladimir Sorokin
Moscow's Quotes By Suleyman Kerimov: To fly into Moscow was a joy. I To fly into Moscow was a joy. I was trying to understand what people were thinking and how to earn money. In the end, I stayed. — Suleyman Kerimov
Moscow's Quotes By Patriarch Tikhon Of Moscow: However many and however great and burdensome your However many and however great and burdensome your sins may be, with God there is greater mercy. Just as His majesty is, so likewise is His mercy. — Patriarch Tikhon Of Moscow
Moscow's Quotes By Mikhail Bulgakov: Twelve men conducted the investigation, gathering as on Twelve men conducted the investigation, gathering as on a knitting-needle the accursed stitches of this complicated case all over Moscow. — Mikhail Bulgakov
Moscow's Quotes By Heather O'Neill: In Moscow there were a hundred different words In Moscow there were a hundred different words for sadness, and one of them was joy. — Heather O'Neill
Moscow's Quotes By John Gunther: Moscow is the city where if Marilyn Monroe Moscow is the city where if Marilyn Monroe should walk down the street with nothing on but shoes, people would stare at her feet first. — John Gunther
Moscow's Quotes By Mstislav Rostropovich: The war years were the most difficult time The war years were the most difficult time of my life. There was real famine in Moscow. The water froze inside the houses. There was no heat. — Mstislav Rostropovich
Moscow's Quotes By Sergei Dovlatov: If people are rude in Moscow, at least If people are rude in Moscow, at least it's in Russian. — Sergei Dovlatov
Moscow's Quotes By Dennis Miller: And by the way, my belief is that And by the way, my belief is that if men were the ones getting pregnant, abortions would be easier to get than food poisoning in Moscow — Dennis Miller
Moscow's Quotes By Anton Chekhov: To Moscow, to Moscow, to Moscow! To Moscow, to Moscow, to Moscow! — Anton Chekhov
Moscow's Quotes By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: Moscow was an enormous city, but there was Moscow was an enormous city, but there was nowhere to go in it. — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Moscow's Quotes By Arkady Volozh: When you travel around Moscow, you can see When you travel around Moscow, you can see almost every car is using a smartphone where they can see what's ahead of them. — Arkady Volozh
Moscow's Quotes By Kenneth Branagh: I went to Moscow and met some slightly I went to Moscow and met some slightly powerful and scary people. — Kenneth Branagh
Moscow's Quotes By Alexander Pushkin: Moscow ... how many strains are fusing in Moscow ... how many strains are fusing in that one sound, for Russian hearts! what store of riches it imparts! — Alexander Pushkin
Moscow's Quotes By Anatoly Chubais: The Moscow energy system has never sustained such The Moscow energy system has never sustained such a load. — Anatoly Chubais
Moscow's Quotes By P.G. Wodehouse: Mike nodded. A sombre nod. The nod Napoleon Mike nodded. A sombre nod. The nod Napoleon might have given if somebody had met him in 1812 and said, So, you're back from Moscow, eh? — P.G. Wodehouse
Moscow's Quotes By Gyorgy Ligeti: If you come from Paris to Budapest you If you come from Paris to Budapest you think you are in Moscow. — Gyorgy Ligeti
Moscow's Quotes By Alfred Schnittke: I would wake up in Moscow or somewhere I would wake up in Moscow or somewhere else, my heart beating fast, feeling bitter and helpless. — Alfred Schnittke
Moscow's Quotes By Mark Patinkin: Not that I dislike McDonalds, but things must Not that I dislike McDonalds, but things must be pretty bad in Moscow if people are willing to wait three hours for large fries. — Mark Patinkin
Moscow's Quotes By Gyorgy Ligeti: But if you go from Moscow to Budapest But if you go from Moscow to Budapest you think you are in Paris. — Gyorgy Ligeti
Moscow's Quotes By Bobby Knight: The red I wear is Indiana's red, not The red I wear is Indiana's red, not Moscow's red. Indiana was here long before communism. — Bobby Knight
Moscow's Quotes By Andrei Platonov: Marxism will be able to do anything. Or Marxism will be able to do anything. Or why is Lenin lying whole in Moscow? He's waiting for science - he wants to be revived. — Andrei Platonov
Moscow's Quotes By Alfred Rosenberg: I have the feeling that this Moscow Pact I have the feeling that this Moscow Pact will at some time or other exact vengeance upon National Socialism. — Alfred Rosenberg
Moscow's Quotes By Garry Kasparov: The West can't come up with anything to The West can't come up with anything to deal with Moscow, except appeasement. — Garry Kasparov
Moscow's Quotes By Fidel Castro: I am not a follower of Moscow, but I am not a follower of Moscow, but its victim. — Fidel Castro
Moscow's Quotes By Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky: Muscovites see clearly but write muddily; the eye Muscovites see clearly but write muddily; the eye grasps but the fingers splay. — Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky
Moscow's Quotes By Norman Davies: Also in 1492, and also for the first Also in 1492, and also for the first time, the 'new Constantinople - Moscow' may have been given its more familiar label of 'the Third Rome'. — Norman Davies
Moscow's Quotes By Dasha Zhukova: I have always dreamed of bringing an exhibit I have always dreamed of bringing an exhibit of Mark Rothko to Moscow. — Dasha Zhukova
Moscow's Quotes By Paul Horn: We were the first small American jazz group We were the first small American jazz group since Sidney Bechet in 1927 to play for the public in Moscow and Leningrad. — Paul Horn
Moscow's Quotes By Bob Hope: Our first stop was red square, the heart Our first stop was red square, the heart of Moscow - if Moscow has one. — Bob Hope
Moscow's Quotes By Daria Wilke: The instant you walk out the stage door, The instant you walk out the stage door, you're in Moscow. As long as you're in the theater, there doesn't seem to be anywhere else but the theater. — Daria Wilke
Moscow's Quotes By Ivan Konev: As for me, I had to know exactly As for me, I had to know exactly what the situation was in Dukla Pass. Moscow had demanded it. — Ivan Konev