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This was one of my favorite museums to visit. I wanted to "feel" what life was in the 18th Century - I didn't want to see a perfectly renovated estate. Absolutely beautiful location & grounds. Yes, some areas need repair, but I could feel the...More
If you're looking for a place with a lovely nature walk with some history thrown in, then this is a place you should check out!
Friends took me here on my second weekend in Moscow, and it's DEFINITELY a place for photos. Totally stunning.
We visited this estate and museum at the open door day and enjoy the walk to the park til the river. Very peaceful even with plenty of people enjoying free entrance, the sun and the pick-nick possibilities. After that we went in the museum itself....More
It is just a short ride from Moscow. However, it offers great insight into life of Russia's aristocrats. I would compare it to the estates in France. It has a wonderful unobstructed views of forest and the river. This place doesn't have a lot of...More
This estate is located 10km from Moscow and we took a bus there. Was not so hard to get there. I would really recommend it to be a place to visit if you are up for a day gateway from Moscow. The beauty of the...More
This place maybe not be a part of of short visit to Moscow, but if you decide to go there you will be absolutely amazed with estate, park, walk to Moscow river will leave you without word's. For few hours you can feel the life...More
It's good place for walk on bank of Moscow river. Park buildings and palace are not in ideal state. Entry fee to park - 150 rupees, out of season too. Entry to museum extra charge. Most interesting place is micro church in the old style,...More
The estate is really picturesque, bears the features dating back to the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and reflects the tastes of its former owners.
The church of the Michael Archangel ( the estate was called in his honour) is beautiful.The park needs improvement and...More