The Moscow Museum of Archaeology was opened in 1997. This unique museum is located at a depth of 7 metres below ground. One of the main exhibits is the foundations of the 17th century Voskresensky Bridge across the Neglinnaya River.
The Moscow Museum of Archaeology is located 7 metres underground, at the site of major archaeological excavations. This tour will examine the main exhibit — the stone foundations of the 17th–18th century Voskresensky Bridge.
When does one celebrate Moscow's birthday? And who occupied the territory before the city was formed? During the tour, viewers will discover why archaeologists keep finding Asian artefacts in the Moscow area and see the jewellery of one of the largest treasure troves found during excavations in the capital.
The Museum of Moscow was founded in 1896. The museum is located in the Proviantskiye Sklady (Foodstuff Warehouses), a federal monument of architecture. The museum's catalogue numbers about 800,000 items, including a rich collection of archaeological artefacts. The Museum of Moscow has four branches: the Lefortovo Museum, the Old English Court, the Museum of Archaeology and the Gilyarovskiy Centre
The story of the life of the writer Ilya Ilf in Moscow
The tour tells the story of the New Manege building
The models and copies of his monuments
A gallery of the world famous artist Ilya Glazunov
The superiority of the spiritual over the corporeal depicted
From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance