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Church of the Ascension, Moscow

Built to commemorate the birth of Ivan the Terrible, Kolomenskoye's Church of the Ascension upended the Byzantine style with its wooden conical tower, and proved to be a milestone in the history of Russian ecclesiastical architecture.

Built to commemorate the birth of Ivan the Terrible, Kolomenskoye's Church of the Ascension upended the Byzantine style with its wooden conical tower, and proved to be a milestone in the history of Russian ecclesiastical architecture. Since 1994, it has enjoyed a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage list.


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About Church of the Ascension

 Малая Никитская улица, 36, Россия

 +7 495 290-59-36

Church of the Ascension and Nearby Sights on Map

Chekhov House Museum

Furniture, photos and memorabilia belonging to Chekhov are on display here

Chaliapin House Museum

Home of Fyodor Chaliapin, one of the greatest opera singers of all time

New Arbat Street

Located near Old Arbat Street, this street offers a contrast from the touristy pedestrian-only thoroughfare

Povarskaya (Cook) Street

The street where the tsars' cooks lived, now the hub of Moscow's artistic community, with the Russian Academy of Music (the Gnesin Institute), and the Tsentralny Dom Literatorov (Central House of Writers) located here

Patriarshi ponds area

There is only one pond left, but it is squared with buildings so it is quite peaceful here despite hectic Sadovoye Ring nearby

Old Arbat Street

Walk down this kitschy street and don't forget to look at the small by-streets around the Arbat

Museum of Modern Art (Moscow)

It houses an impressive collection of 20th-century paintings and sculptures by Russian and foreign artists, including avant-garde art by Chagall, Kandinsky and Malevich

Moscow Zoo

The oldest and the biggest zoo in Russia, has over 1000 animal species

Stanislavski Museum

The house where Konstantin Stanislavski, the propounder of method acting, lived

Bely Dom

Moscow's White House, it was the headquarters of the USSR