When in Moscow, tourists have a usual check-lists for example, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Kremlin, Red Square, but very few actually actual expect the tallest buildings and the modernised portions of what Moscow offers.
There you go, you head towards the skyscraper centre and this is what you get:
Tallest Buildings in Moscow:
#Federation Tower is the tallest building in Europe (374 m, 101 floors)
#OKO is the second tallest building in Europe (354 m, 85 floors)
#Mercury City Tower is the third tallest building in Europe (339 m, 75 floors)
#Eurasia Tower in Moscow (309 m, 70 floors)
and so many more ......
Get some local info before travelling there about which building is currently open for the great view and tickets etc. and enjoy the beauty.