At this tour the viewers will walk down the Spiridonovka as the story will describe, how a swamp, that was used for herding goats, eventually turned into a prestigious street where soviet elite lived. Why did the writer Alexey Tolstoi live in a servants' house and where did Margarita live according to Bulgakov's fans? Let's find out.
A series of video tours through the iconic places of the streets of Moscow. The program is presented by Larisa Skrypnik, a Moscow scholar and senior researcher at the Museum of Moscow, and Denis Romodin, a Moscow scholar and researcher at the Museum of Moscow, author of articles on urban architecture, as well as a lecture course "Living in Moscow", dedicated to the everyday life of citizens in the XX century.
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.
Where Moscow's Famous Merchants Lived
A unique kaleidoscope of architectural styles
From Boyars to Oligarchs
One of the oldest zoos in Europe
The PANORAMA360 observation deck shows off Moscow in all its beauty
An online tour through one of the most beautiful and cozy public gardens in Moscow
From expats to squatters
Art and culture Around Vagankovsky Hill
History of Moscow Boulevard
You can walk along Moscow streets without leaving your home
Moscow's Space-exploration Sites
The unique excursion to the Mayor's Office in Moscow
The largest palace and park ensemble in Moscow
Moscow is a city of romance and love
Interesting story one of Moscow streets
The largest public library in Russia and one of the largest libraries in the world
The imaginary border of the 16th century