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Moscow through the Eyes of an Engineer

#29 of 624 Tours in Moscow
Moscow, Russia
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About Moscow through the Eyes of an Engineer
Moscow is full of engineering monuments. We will learn you to understand them. Excursions, lectures and workshops on the history of civil engineering in Moscow, Russia and worldwide.
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Moscow through the Eyes of an Engineer
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George-Nicator wrote a review Mar 2019
Moscow14 contributions7 helpful votes
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Just visited the Kievsky station with a guide and it was an awesome 2 hours: a guide is very knowledgeable, he tells vividly about the history and gives necessary background, and the building itself opens up from a completely different angle. Moreover, our guide Alex interacts with audience, asks questions and has a peculiar sense of humor we enjoyed. Much recommended!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Response from Bagautdinov, Генеральный директор at Moscow through the Eyes of an Engineer
Responded 11 Mar 2019
Thanks for your feedback! We are very glad to give you a new pleasant experience!
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Knipoog wrote a review Jun 2018
The Netherlands155 contributions8 helpful votes
There are different tours, the I did, I was the only participant, was the one where they led me around Moscow, showing for some buildings, the "what it also could have been" . Absolute great tour, with the 3D 360 "pictures" shown at exactly the right spots. Enjoyed it a lot. English of the guide was very very good.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Response from Bagautdinov, Генеральный директор at Moscow through the Eyes of an Engineer
Responded 13 Jun 2018
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TheHapax wrote a review Nov 2017
Buenos Aires, Argentina50 contributions22 helpful votes
This tour company specialises in visits to special buildings, mainly from the Soviet period. Last year I visited with them the VDNKh and now I visited the Narkomfim house. Both times I was very happy and learnt quite a lot. Sergei, the guide for Narkomfin, was excellent. I did the English tour. They have many more in Russian. Fully recommended.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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pipi d wrote a review Oct 2017
Barcelona, Spain131 contributions69 helpful votes
I strongy suggest to visit this place before it gets renovated and closed for public, which it probably will. Our guide was very knowledgeable and visit lasted 2 hours instead of announced 1,30 ,
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Liliya V wrote a review Aug 2017
Moscow, Russia4 contributions1 helpful vote
That's an interesting view to masterpieces of engineering, when history is revealed in buildings you might unfortunately miss. This trip office shows the beauty of the architects' solutions united with works of artists or originators of constructivism. That's hen you enter a railway station and get wordless, because in Moscow these are sort of art museums, along with the subway. "Moscow by engineers" lets climb clock towers, walk the chef-d-oeuvres of industrial architecture (particularly by Vladimir Shukhov) and explore the history of engineering inventions for architecture. The organisation moments: the excursions are carefully planned, the guides speak clearly and captivate the audience. Just one possible issue is that if the group is not completed at its minimum, a trip might be cancelled with a carryover for another day or as full cancellation by your choice.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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