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Visit Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery on a private 4-hour tour. See Russian icons from the 12th century a...
Enjoy a 4-hour tour that introduces you to the world of Moscow merchants, and traditional way of li...
Learn the history of Russian art from the 10th to the 19th century on a tour of the State Tretyakov ...
Explore the Zamoskvorechye District and visit the Tretyakov Gallery on this 3-hour Moscow walki...
During this 4 hour tour you will have a chance to visit the Tratyakov Gallary, the unique museu...
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See masterpieces of art at Moscow's oldest art museum with an entrance ticket to the State Tretyakov...
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See a comprehensive collection of art throughout Russian history on a private tour of the Tretyakov ...
... a monument to Peter I, new building of Tretyakov Gallery, and green urban oasis - Park Muzeon. Your guide will also bri...
...s. See the Red Square, Bolshoi Theater, Tretyakov Gallery, Kolomenskoe or Tsaritsino park and other must-see attractions...
...tourists attractions of the Russian capital, such as Red Square, the Kremlin, the State Tretyakov Gallery and many more.
One of the world's greatest museums, this is probably the one to choose if you only want to visit one museum in Moscow.
One of the world's greatest museums, this is probably the one to choose if you only want to visit one museum in Moscow. In contrast to the worldwide collection of the Pushkin Museum, the Tretyakov is mostly a collection of Russian art. It has the best collection of Russian icons and many of the most famous pieces of modern Russian artists like Ilya Repin.
Лаврушинский переулок, 10, Moscow, Russia
+7 499 230-77-88
Built in 1629, one of the few churches that has survived undestroyed
This massive memorial to WWII was built for the 50-year anniversary of V-E day in 1995
The world's largest bell, it was cast three times
This cathedral was the burial place of Russian tsars during the 16th and 17th centuries
At a height of 81m, the belltower for the Archangel, Assumption and Annunciation Cathedrals marks the exact geographic centre of Moscow
The personal chapel of Muscovite tsars, it was built in the 15th century as part of the Kremlin renovation
The Spasskaya Tower, built in 1491, was believed to have miraculous powers which protected the Kremlin from invasions
This plaza fills with students between classes or just hanging out
In the centre of the Red Square
In the south part of Red Square