Compiled by Ross Hunter
Prize Quiz! Another PASSPORT innovation
This month’s picture quiz has a prize: a week’s free fun on the English International School Summer Club, in July
Part 1. Things are looking up! The days are getting longer, the sky is brighter. The sap is rising, in the spirit, if not yet the trees. Here are a collection of the tops of famous Moscow buildings, seen from the street. Can you name them?
Part 2. Can you locate, name and explain these mystery photos.
One outdoor, one indoor, one old, one new.
But they are both close to each other.
Part 3. Tie break
What is this? How old it it?
Where can you find it?
Answers to email@example.com
The sooner the better!
Answers in PASSPORT Magazine next month, and then at www.englishedmoscow.com
Usual rules: 1-6 in each row, column and box.
Answers to January puzzles
Museums and contents: left to right
A Gorky House – B Mayakovsky Museum – C Museum of the 20th century – D Tolstoy’s House
Avant Garde Star (C) – ‘Sea’ stairwell (A) – Tolstoy’s bike (D) – travel tableau (B)
Odd one out:
A Kalininskaya is the Yellow line; the others are all stations
B Smolenskaya is named after a place, the others all after people
C Taganska serves three lines, all the others serve the Brown line and one more
D Of all these central stations, only Kitai Gorod sits on two lines
E All of these are at the ends of their lines, except Ryananzky Prospekt
F The Yellow, Blue, Light Green and Purple lines are being extended, but not the Red.
Mini Sudoku: see www.englishedmoscow.com