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This is Moscow’s largest museum-reserve, and also a national historic and cultural monument.
This is Moscow’s largest museum-reserve, and also a national historic and cultural monument. The estate was built in the pseudo-Gothic style, with a landscape park revealing pavilions, gazeboes, grottoes and bridges. The highlight is the palace which was the residence of Catherine the Great.
One of the three largest paleontology museums in the world, it has a good collection of fossils, especially of dinosaurs and mammoths
Easily the most well known of Moscow's many parks, Gorky Park used to be packed with theme park rides, but after undergoing major changes in 2011, it became one of the trendiest places in the city
This former imperial estate is now a very popular weekend destination for Muscovites
The Garden of Fallen Monuments, officially called the Muzeon Sculpture Park, is the graveyard to where several infamous statues in Moscow were relocated after the Soviet collapse
This cathedral, the tallest Orthodox church in the world (the largest being the Temple of St
Pushkin Museum is dedicated to Western art and has one of the world's most significant Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collections, along with some Old Masters
Displays manuscripts and photographs of Tolstoy and Moscow during his time
This massive memorial to WWII was built for the 50-year anniversary of V-E day in 1995
It holds the Imperial collection, including the crown jewels