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The Moscow State Integrated Art and Historical Architectural and Natural Landscape Museum-Reserve Admission Ticket

The Moscow State Integrated Art and Historical Architectural and Natural Landscape Museum-Reserve Admission Ticket
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$3.07
Duration: 20 to 180 mins
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Description

The Moscow State Integrated Museum-Reserve was created in 2005 as a cessionary of the Kolomenskoye State Museum-Reserve, one of the best-known Moscow museums.

Today, the expanded museum comprises three historical sites in the east and southeast of Moscow:

  • The ancient royal country residence of Kolomenskoye that includes the Tsar’s Courtyard complex (notably, a UNESCO site – the unique tent-roof XVI century Church of the Ascension), an open-air Museum of Wooden Architecture, and age-old gardens and parks, all the landmarks dating back from XIV to XIX c.;
  • Inimitable early XIX century Nikolay Durasov’s manor house (Palace) in Liublino (historical, cultural and natural complex);
  • Authentic monuments of the Izmailovo royal country estate (XVII – XIX c.)

Kolomenskoye, a residence of Moscow Grand Princes and Russian Tsars, was first mentioned in the XIV century. Its unique architectural complex is of great art and historical value. Kolomenskoye represents a landscape of national value with the original ancient relief and unique flora surviving. Most of the territory is occupied by vast parks, picturesque ravines, high hills and the quiet Moskva River bank. This reserve is remarkable in that it unites historical, architectural, archaeological and natural landmarks almost in the centre of the city.
You will receive tickets to the Palace of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich"(men's and women's halves) and a replacement exhibition in the Gallery of The chorus of princes

Liublino
is a park and palace complex dating back to the XVIII and XIX centuries. The land on which it is situated was first mentioned at the end of the XVI century. In the 1680s, it was owned by a well-known noble Godunov family; at the beginning of the XIX century, the estate was bought by Nikolay Durasov (1760-1818), a rich Moscow landlord, the best-known owner of Liublino. Under Nikolay Durasov Liublino became a favourite rest and entertainment place for Moscow nobility, a venue of parties, receptions, theatre performances and concerts.  Nikolay Durasov’s palace is one of a few examples of late classicism surviving in Moscow. Every-day life of the Russian estate, traditions and culture of the nobility are brightly illustrated by interior expositions and exhibitions arranged inside.
You will receive a ticket to the Palace durasova " There are many places decorated with a miracle... "

 Izmailovo is a famous country residence of the Russian Tsars. In 1654, when Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich Romanov became owner of these vast ancestral boyars’ lands, the estate became part of the palace household. It was there, at the linen yard, that the sixteen-year-old Tsar Peter I found in 1688 an old English boat, ordering since than to call Izmailovo “the cradle of the Russian fleet”. In Izmailovo one can see architectural sites dating back to the end of the XVII century and making part of the Tsar’s Courtyard as well as premises of Nikolaevsky alms-house built in the XIX century for 1812 Patriotic War ex-servicemen.
You will receive an entrance ticket to the Great exhibition hall at the exhibition "Izmailovo-Tsarskaya patrimony"

The Moscow State Integrated Museum-Reserve was created in 2005 as a cessionary of the Kolomenskoye State Museum-Reserve, one of the best-known Moscow museums.

Today, the expanded museum comprises three historical sites in the east and southeast of Moscow:

  • The ancient royal country residence of Kolomenskoye that includes the Tsar’s Courtyard complex (notably, a UNESCO site – the unique tent-roof XVI century Church of the Ascension), an open-air Museum of Wooden Architecture, and age-old gardens and parks, all the landmarks dating back from XIV to XIX c.;
  • Inimitable early XIX century Nikolay Durasov’s manor house (Palace) in Liublino (historical, cultural and natural complex);
  • Authentic monuments of the Izmailovo royal country estate (XVII – XIX c.)