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These are the best cultural venues in town based on their, FACILITIES and ARTISTIC QUALITY.
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Published: January  05, 2015

Tretyakov Gallery

For visitors anxious to uncover the mysteries of the famous 'Russian soul', the Tretyakov Gallery is the place to start. Founded in 1856 by influential merchant and collector Pavel Tretyakov and presented as a gift to the city in 1892, it is the world's number one museum of Russian art. Ranging from exquisite and mysterious 12th century icons to the politically charged and prescient canvases of Russia's favourite realist master, Ilya Repin, the collection is a rich and revealing insight into the history and attitudes of this long suffering yet inspired people.

All pictures are labeled in English. Be sure to make use of the A3-size laminated information sheets found throughout the museum; there is always at least one English version hidden amongst the Russian ones. The gallery does not include the museum's 20th Century collection, which is kept at a separate site a kilometre away.

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Address :

Galerķa Tretiakov Lavrushinsky Lane, 10 Moscow-Rusia

Phone :

+7 499 2307788

Schedule :

Tuesday-Sunday 10:00 AM -6:00 PM

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Published: January  05, 2015

Tretyakov Gallery

For visitors anxious to uncover the mysteries of the famous 'Russian soul', the Tretyakov Gallery is the place to start. Founded in 1856 by influential merchant and collector Pavel Tretyakov and presented as a gift to the city in 1892, it is the world's number one museum of Russian art. Ranging from exquisite and mysterious 12th century icons to the politically charged and prescient canvases of Russia's favourite realist master, Ilya Repin, the collection is a rich and revealing insight into the history and attitudes of this long suffering yet inspired people.

All pictures are labeled in English. Be sure to make use of the A3-size laminated information sheets found throughout the museum; there is always at least one English version hidden amongst the Russian ones. The gallery does not include the museum's 20th Century collection, which is kept at a separate site a kilometre away.