In Moscow, Soviet-era drab and cheesy are out.

Elegant constructing facades, city greenery, bike-sharing and pedestrian-only streets are in. And Canadian architect Michael Geller says it is beautiful to see how briskly the transformation has occurred.

“They [visitors] anticipate it to be gray, soiled and stuffed with graffiti, nevertheless it’s none of that,” Geller says admiringly, as he sips a craft beer at a patio in Kuznetsky Most, a espresso shop- and eatery-filled neighbourhood only a few blocks from the…

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