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Route sights

A. S. Pushkin Apartment on Arbat
A. S. Pushkin Apartment on Arbat
The Museum is located in old Arbat house where poet lived with his wife N. N. Goncharova at the very beginning. Permanent exposition is devoted to relations between Pushkin and Moscow, memorial rooms of Pushkin family are also here. M: Smolenskaya.

Praga
Praga
In Soviet times, having lunch in the Prague was considered good form for all visitors and travelers. Therefore, the queue of those hoping for a tasted of their favorite dishes is considerable. But Moscow solyanka or chicken tabaka is really worth it.

Theater Vakhtangov
Theater Vakhtangov
In the center of Old Arbat in a building decorated with columns, known to any generation of Muscovites, the State academic theater of a name of E.Vakhtangov. Stiffened in the monuments, embodied on memorial boards, they give to this corner of old Moscow special atmosphere.

Monument to B.Sh. Okudzhava on Stary Arbat
Monument to B.Sh. Okudzhava on Stary Arbat
The monument to Bulat Okudzhava (sculptor – G. Frangulyan, architects – I. Popov, V. Proshlyakov) was unveiled on May 8, 2002. The event coincides with two significant dates in the life of the poet: Victory day, in the name of which he had struggled in the front of the Great Patriotic War for 3 years, and the date of his birth – May 9, 2002, when he would be 78 years old. M: Smolenskaya.

Monument to Alexander Pushkin on Stary Arbat
Monument to Alexander Pushkin on Stary Arbat
Monument to Alexander Pushkin on Stary Arbat (sculptor - S. Dines, architect – O. Shkinev) was established on September 29, 1993 on Pushkin Square, opened in 1870 near the church of Transfiguration on the Sands near Stary Arbat. M: Smolenskaya.

Melnikov’s House
Melnikov’s House
Architect KS Melnikov created a mock-up of a “Model Apartment House” in 1927.Architect KS Melnikov created a mock-up of a “Model Apartment House” in 1927. It was an unprecedented case in the Soviet period of Moscow history that the City Government issued an official permission for a plot in a capital’s down-town and granted a loan in the State Bank for an individual house constraction in compliance with the presented project. The Melnikov’s House was built in 1929. The building’s composition constitutes of two cylinders of equal diameter and different height incut inside of each other.

The building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
The building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
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