An 18th century aristocratic estate originally owned by the Shremetyev family, it was one of the first summer retreats of Russian nobility.

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Private 4-Hour Tour of Kuskovo Estate

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Moscow: Tour to Kuskovo Estate & Sheremetev Palace

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Visit the remarkable Kuskovo Estate, home to the only authentic French park still in existence. See ...

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Kuskovo Estate, Moscow

An 18th century aristocratic estate originally owned by the Shremetyev family, it was one of the first summer retreats of Russian nobility..

An 18th century aristocratic estate originally owned by the Shremetyev family, it was one of the first summer retreats of Russian nobility.


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About Kuskovo Estate

 Moscow, Russia

 +7 495 375-31-31

 www.kuskovo.ru

Kuskovo Estate and Nearby Sights on Map

GOROD

The City'

Winzavod

Formerly a factory, this complex now houses some great art galleries

Bunker-42

Decommissioned cold war era soviet underground military nuclear bunker

The Institute of Russian Realist Art (IRRA)

The heart of the collection is presented by paintings of Soviet and Russian masters of ХХ-XXI centuries Sergey Gerasimov, Arkady Plastov, Alexander Deineka, Yuri Pimenov, Gely Korzhev, Victor Popkov, Nikolay Andronov, brothers Alexey and Sergey Tkachev, Victor Ivanov

Museum of soviet arcade machines

Great new space full of old soviet fun! Go hunting, shoot torpedoes, drive cars, check your strength and much more

Park Sokolniki

A popular recreational park, which also hosts an exhibition centre

Church of the Resurrection

Built in 1629, one of the few churches that has survived undestroyed

Tretyakov Gallery

One of the world's greatest museums, this is probably the one to choose if you only want to visit one museum in Moscow

Danilovsky Monastery

Victory Park

This massive memorial to WWII was built for the 50-year anniversary of V-E day in 1995