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. There are over 700 sculptures, including those of Dzherzinsky, Stalin, Brezhnev, Lenin and others. Take a walk in this frozen snapshot of communist Russia to admire the collection of classical as well as some quirky statues. There are also modern sculptures, a small craft market, and food stalls. It is adjacent to the New Tretyakov Museum, which houses 20th century art.
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Garden of Fallen Monuments and Nearby Attractions on Map
Tretyakov Gallery(2.1 km)
One of the world's greatest museums, this is probably the one to choose if you only want to visit one museum in Moscow.
Pushkin Museum(2.3 km)
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.
Gorky Park(0.6 km)
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.
Diamond Fund(2.6 km)
It holds the Imperial collection, including the crown jewels.
Alexander Garden(2.8 km)
One of the first urban public parks in Moscow, there are three separate gardens along the western Kremlin wall.
Christ the Savior Cathedral(2 km)
This cathedral, the tallest Orthodox church in the world (the largest being the Temple of St.
Ivan the Great Bell Tower(2.9 km)
At a height of 81m, the belltower for the Archangel, Assumption and Annunciation Cathedrals marks the exact geographic centre of Moscow.
Old Arbat Street(2.5 km)
Walk down this kitschy street and don't forget to look at the small by-streets around the Arbat.
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