The first humans to settle in the Americas crossed the Bering Strait between Alaska and Siberia. At the time it was a plain and you could walk across.
It is believed that there was at one time, a 'land bridge' connecting what is now Alaska and Siberia … it's only 'bout 60 miles. The first people are thought to have crossed that short span to the 'New World.'
Yeniseians are believed to be the first people of Siberia in around 45,000 BC
McDonald's was the first fast food restaurant in Moscow.
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First reference to Moscow was in Yuri Dolgoruki's letter in 1147 AD.
That would be the Bering land bridge. It was around 1000 miles wide (north to south) at it's widest. It connected present-day Alaska. and eastern Siberia.
Siberia is not far at all for some. the farthest will always depend on first location.
There are a number of nicknames for Moscow. These include the Whitestone, the First Throne, as well as The Forty Fourties.