Введение

ВведениеMoscow. Znamenka and Volkhonka

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  1. Информация о туре
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    Znamenka – The Street Of The Holy Sign – is one of Moscow's oldest streets, founded early in the Twelfth Century where the trade route from Nizhny Novgorod entered the medieval city. Churches and mansions from the seventeenth & eighteenth centuries long stood on this ancient thoroughfare. The street was renamed several times during the socialist period, which took a sad toll on the area's cultural legacy. Nowadays the street is home to buildings of the nineteenth & early twentieth century. Volkhonka Street, now as in previous times, is one of the centres of the city's spiritual and intellectual life. This modest street houses the the RAN Institute of Philosophy, the Vinogradov Institute of Russian Language, the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, and the Glazunov Art Gallery. Volkhonka is one of those rare Moscow streets whose name wasn't changed to fit the needs of socialism – nor has it acquired any contemporary buildings. The greatest ornament of the street is the Cathedral Of Christ The Saviour – whose enormous gold domes can be seen from almost anywhere in the city.

    Excursion route: Metro “Arbatskaya” – Arbat Square – Gogolevsky Boulevard – Metro “Kropotkinskaya” – Cathedral Of Christ The Saviour – Volkhonka Street – Borovitskaya Square – Znamenka Street – Metro “Arbatskaya”

    Total route – 2.7 kilometres (1.7 miles)

    Total time – 90 minutes

  3. 1 Borovitskaya Metro Station
  4. 2 Mokhovaya Street
  5. 3 The Shakhovsky’s Mansion
  6. 4 Mokhovaya 8
  7. 5 Pashkov’s House
  8. 6 Alexander Shilov Art Gallery
  9. 7 Znamenka Street
  10. 8 Shamshina’s House
  11. 9 Grigory Arafelov’s Mansion
  12. 10 Maly Znamensky pereulok
  13. 11 Mansion Apartment-Block of the Stulov Brothers
  14. 12 The Grammar and Commercial School of Karl Mazing
  1. Информация о туре

    Znamenka – The Street Of The Holy Sign – is one of Moscow's oldest streets, founded early in the Twelfth Century where the trade route from Nizhny Novgorod entered the medieval city. Churches and mansions from the seventeenth & eighteenth centuries long stood on this ancient thoroughfare. The street was renamed several times during the socialist period, which took a sad toll on the area's cultural legacy. Nowadays the street is home to buildings of the nineteenth & early twentieth century. Volkhonka Street, now as in previous times, is one of the centres of the city's spiritual and intellectual life. This modest street houses the the RAN Institute of Philosophy, the Vinogradov Institute of Russian Language, the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, and the Glazunov Art Gallery. Volkhonka is one of those rare Moscow streets whose name wasn't changed to fit the needs of socialism – nor has it acquired any contemporary buildings. The greatest ornament of the street is the Cathedral Of Christ The Saviour – whose enormous gold domes can be seen from almost anywhere in the city.

    Excursion route: Metro “Arbatskaya” – Arbat Square – Gogolevsky Boulevard – Metro “Kropotkinskaya” – Cathedral Of Christ The Saviour – Volkhonka Street – Borovitskaya Square – Znamenka Street – Metro “Arbatskaya”

    Total route – 2.7 kilometres (1.7 miles)

    Total time – 90 minutes

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  • Федор

    4 out of 5 rating 12-28-2016

    У храма Христа Спасителя не работает навигация и атоматическое перекючение между аудио. А в основном очень познавательно.

  • Федор

    4 out of 5 rating 10-26-2016

    У храма Христа Спасителя не работает навигация и атоматическое перекючение между аудио. А в основном очень познавательно.

  • кондракова елена

    5 out of 5 rating 03-03-2016

    очень хорошая и полезная прогулка для всех москвичей игостей

  • space-woman

    5 out of 5 rating 12-23-2015

    Отличная задумка аудиогид! И гостям столицы удобно и молодым москвичам!))

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