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Archeological Museum of Moscow

Inaugurated in 1997, the Moscow Archeological Museum traces the history of the city with displays of artifacts dating back as far as the 12th century AD. Situated in a specially renovated underground venue on the edge of Manezhnaya Square, the museum's highlight is undoubtedly a substantial section of the limestone arches of the Voskresensky Bridge, which once spanned the Neglina River from the Bely Gorod quarter to the Resurrection Gate of Red Square.

Manezhnaya Ploshad 1a

Getting there:

Manezhnaya Ploshad 1a, (Metro - Okhotny Ryad)

Tel:(095) 292-4171 (095) 292-1664



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