Useful phrases to describe your favourite historical building. In this article I will talk about North River Terminal in Moscow. Interesting and beautiful building that meets everyone who arrive in Moscow on the river.
- There are many ancient buildings with a long history in Moscow. But I’ll tell you about a not very famous building where I like to visit.
- It is the North River Terminal in Moscow. This building is 90 years old. It was built in the 30s.
- I like to look at this building from the other side of the canal. It looks like a big steamer.
- In contrast to other historical buildings, this building looks very light and airy.
- I like that this building combines beauty and utility. For example, there is a tower with a star, but it is not only for beauty. The star can be seen at a great distance, like a lighthouse. The tower has a built-in clock, so you can always check on the departure times.
- This building does not depress me, it is always easy for me to be nearby.
- The terminal is currently used only for tourist purposes, so there are few people here. I love sitting on the waterfront and relaxing. I love also walk through the huge city park, which is located around.
- On the other side of the canal there is also a city park. I visit it very often, because my mother lives nearby. Walking here I look at the North River Terminal on the other side.
- A lot of ships visit it at the weekend. Large river ships line up to pick up their passengers.
- Sometimes I go there by bike, sometimes by car.
- I would recommend this place to those who like quiet. There is clean air. Here you can walk all day and enjoy the river and ships.
- lighthouse – a tower or other structure containing a beacon light to warn or guide ships at sea
- line up – if you line things up, you move them into a straight row.
- steamer – a ship, boat, or locomotive powered by steam
- waterfront – a part of a town that borders the sea or a lake or river