. At the end of the XII century, it was laid almost a city born folk proverb: "Moscow is in the blood". The term arose from the fact that the owner of the land on which to build the city nobleman bunch, approximate and relative (for the wife) Bogolyubsky, was the organizer and murderer Prince. You can talk about the prophetic sayings of accuracy, since ancient Kuchkovo field was where later, many centuries later, held Lubyanka Street and Dzerzhinsky Square. But it would be unfair to emphasize the "krovavost" policy of the Moscow princes - it did not stand out particularly brutal in the cruel time.