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Little Tower House is a post-modernist fantasy on the theme of "Russian ornamentation" implemented by the architects Alexander Schukin and Mikhail Leonov.


The house with Russian fairytale looks was designed by none other than Sergey Malyutin, the creator of the world-famous Russian nesting doll Matryoshka!


Gingerbread-like complex in the Old Russian style provides a dozen of unusual museums and souvenir workshops.


In various corners of Moscow you can come at intricately painted towers, fantastic museums and images of fairy tale characters that bring us back to the world of childhood.


A museum does not have to be a boring place with the rules like "Do not touch!" and "Keep distance!". Museums can be really exciting and captivating. These interactive museums plunge you headlong into exploring and experiencing.


Here is a huge evident illustration of Charles Darwin's theory: dozens of thousands of exhibits, each of them harbouring long history.


An echo of cold war years an underground shelter in the heart of Moscow at the depth of 65 meters. Today it is one of the most interesting museums in the city of Moscow.


Achievements of Russian astronautics are presented here with original exhibits, which have been to the outer space.


The training ground for Russian astronauts welcomes guests. For those interested in space exploration and astronautics the Star Town is a true paradise.


Experimentanium is a large-scale interactive entertainment center dedicated to the fascinating world of science.


This is one of the most popular places in this country. Just imagine: from 1929 to 1994 the Moscow Planetarium was visited by about 50 million people.


Saint Petersburg boasts a number of modern art museums and art centres that present non-conformist art, second avant-garde art, modern interior design, street art and what not.


Artists' reflections on the role of modern fine arts in densely populated urban environment.


The museum exposition presents works of alternative and modern noncommercial art with the aim of preserving and promoting it.


It is the first private museum representing the history of development of the Russian nonconformist art of the last decades.


Now the Design/Bulthaup Gallery is the largest interior gallery in Saint Petersburg, and a design center highly acknowledged in this country and abroad.


The private gallery is a commercial organization focusing on modern art, painting, sculpture, photography and videoart. Its main objective is supporting and promoting modern artists and selling their works.


Visitors can observe works of modern art and even purchase art objects here or broaden their horizons at lectures and master classes held in the gallery.


Back in 1989 a few figures of underground culture took over several buildings at the address 10, Pushkinskaya. Thus the Free Culture association came to be.


Exhibitions, concerts, festivals, lectures, workshops, design and architecture studios here is a whole realm for creative work and rest in the center of Moscow.


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