Two Capitals - One World
The aim of our project is to find similar features of Moscow and London and try to explain it.
The objectives of our project are to study the history of London and Moscow;to compare the landmarks of the two capitals and find something in common;to make some materials about the culture of Great Britain and Russia, which will be interesting for English learners.
The hypothesis of our project is The two capitals have similar features because people living in different countries and speaking different languages have much in common. Perhaps it is possible due to the common cultural roots.
Moscow is the capital of Russia
London is the capital of Great Britain
Moscow and London are large cities. The population of Moscow is about 10 million people.The population of London is about 8 million people.
Moscow stands on the Moskva river
London stands on the Thames river
The two cities grew round the Kremlin and the Tower, former fortresses.
Moscow and Londonhave some similar landmarks
They were built to defend people from invaders. The Kremlin and the Tower arethe oldest parts of the cities
The Spassky Tower and Big Ben are the main clocks of the countries.
Red Square and Trafalgar Square are the central squares
Cathedral of Christ the Redemeer and St. Paul`s Cathedral were built in gratitude to God.
The monuments were built to commemorate Great Victories of the two countries.
The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the British Museum have great collections of painting and sculpture.
The two capitals have similar features because people living in different countries and speaking different languages have much in common. We can see it in the culture of the two countries.
The author of the project: Borisova Polina, 6th grade,School 1355, MoscowThe Teacher: Albutova Irina Petrovna