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Pavel Shcherbov's house was a true cultural Mecca in the 1820s-1830s. One of the best estates of St. Petersburg was frequented by the writer Alexander Kuprin, the great opera bass Fyodor Shalyapin, the composer Vasily Andreyev, and the artists Mikhail Nesterov and Konstantin Pervukhin.


The exposition is dedicated to Abram Hannibal, who was a great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, and at the same time a close associate of Peter the Great, as well as a talented mathematician and engineer.


Rich history of the memorial estate is primarily associated with the name of its last owner, the renowned Russian writer Vladimir Nabokov.


This place became the major source of inspiration for the great Russian artist and thinker Nicholas Roerich, who created about 7000 unique paintings over his life span.


In the 21st century memorial estates of the great Russians of the past century are cultural and historical monuments under federal protection. Most of them are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Visitors have an opportunity to share life and creativity of outstanding personalities, tune to the beat of those years and just relax in the lap of wonderful Central Russian landscapes.


Savva Morozov's Mansion was built in the 1830-40s on the basis of chambers of the late 18th century and is a cultural monument of federal value.


Visitors are triggered to use their imagination and complete exhibited pictures in their own unique way.


The Art Deco Museum presents unique art works of the first half of the 20th century from the collection of Mkrtich Okroyan. This collection is well-known in this country and beyond.


The history of chess totals about one and a half thousand years. The Chess Museum in Moscow boasts the rarest chess sets created from the 17th to the 21st century.


The exposition consists of seven main departments that tell about the existence of the Universe beyond the planet Earth, as well as about optical illusions, radio + and the new anthropogenesis, analogs found in the nature, and the secrets of energy of the nucleus and plasma.


The museum is located in the territory of Europes biggest Coca-Cola plant situated in Novoperedelkino, Moscow.


The museum of Moscow Zoo was founded long time ago, but until mid February, 2015 it was opened for general public only on special cultural occasions, like the Museum Night or Cultural Heritage Day.


Human body is a most sophisticated complex system that bewilders with its numerous riddles. The museum aims to uncover and demonstrate the hidden processes, which happen in each of us all the time.


One of the recently opened museums in Moscow, it unfolds the history of invention and development of the popular gadget from ancient papyrus to the last modifications by leading e-book producers.


This unique venue focusing on media art was opened in the middle of October, 2014 and at once stirred keen interest among Muscovites and tourists. After all its unusual expositions are dedicated to the rapidly developing electronic and interactive art.


Moscow is changing and updating. Yes, even museums can be new and innovative here! Here is a short list of museums newly opened in Moscow - check it out!


The unique Folk Graphic Art Museum specializes in collecting works of traditional folk Russian graphic art. The keeper of over four-century history of the genre of folk art the Russian popular print, aka Lubok, the museum carries on the traditions of Russian graphic story.


Vadim Sidur State Museum opened in 1989 is the only Moscow state museum entirely dedicated to modern sculpture. The artistic heritage of the world-known nonconformist Vadim Sidur is so peculiar and many-sided (including numerous sculptures and graphic art works, as well as poetry, prose and even cinematography) that it in itself represents an epoch in the history of Russian art.


First Russian Museum of Sergei Dovlatov appeared in Pskov oblast in a small house in Berezino village. But is is not the only place that deserves attention. Dovlatov lived and worked in many countries and cities, and all of them were special to him.


Many prominent names are presented in the Naschokins House Gallery. In the year of its 20th anniversary the gallery says goodbye to the audience. The last exhibition is called Hail to Life!. It united the artists whose paintings were exhibited in the halls of this historic mansion where Pushkin himself was a guest a while ago.


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