This embraces a park of 550 hectares, a cascade of ponds and an ensemble of unfinished pseudo-Gothic palaces. Most of these ... More
State Museum-Reserve Tsaritsyno
This embraces a park of 550 hectares, a cascade of ponds and an ensemble of unfinished pseudo-Gothic palaces. Most of these red-brick structures bear decorations and masonic symbols in white limestone. The refurbished Lesser Palace houses an exhibition of Russian cut glass while the Opera House houses a similar exhibition of art chinaware and one of the park pavilions holds a display of court memorabilia.
This is the palace for Ekaterina II which was not completed. At that time (18-sentury) was made a great park with beautiful ponds and 5 buildings including the main palace. Several years ago its was reconstructed and opened for visit. In my opinion this is the one of the must visiting place in Moscow.
This museum devoted to the life of composer and pianist Alexander Skriabin. Opened to the public in 1922, the museum
occupies the first floor of a two story mansion in the Arbat. The museum is a repository of the ...
Pavel Tretiakov, collector of some the best work of contemporary artists in Moscow and St. Petersburg, founded this gallery in
1856. His brother Sergei collected French and Dutch masters, and in 1872 they combined their collections and opened this ...
Still widely known under its Soviet name as the Lenin Library, the Russian State Library was founded at the end
of the 18th century from the collection of the Rumiantsev public museum. This contains a fine selection of aging ...
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