OK...Moscow has no snow for more than a month now,so I wonder if any of the russians here lives in Moscow.
I am dissapointed to see that there aren't any outdoor courts for people to play basketball at now that the weather allows it.Do you happen to know any?
We have basketball courts in every yard here in Lithuania
Mūsų vėliavos plazdės,
iandien Rytas nugalės.
Pavydėsit mums visi,
iandien būsime pirmi.
what did you expect, mate? basketball court at Kremlin Square? Moscow is a politician, financial, culture centre first of all. You can reach Mytischi, Dolgoprudny or Lyubercy in 10 minutes to play basket.Originally Posted by c_fish
I didn't expect a court in my frontyard but not being able to find one in a 15mil people city,nomatter the city's political or cultural significance is not right.
generally you are right, mate. There are too much people at too limited square for living. Naturally nobody cares for courts when hard to find place for parking. I lived in Moscow for some years in 2 different districts. I played at normal courts at Izmaylovo and visited Sokolniki when lived closer to centre.
If we can hve courts in Athens there's no excuse for Moscow;check out how Athens is built from satellite images from google and you'll see what I mean Anyway Sokolniki sounds good since I live near Prospect Mira but Mitishi (I couldn't find the others) is 15mins away ... with an helicopter