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    Address:bld.1, 3, Bolotnaya Embankment, factory “Krasny Oktyabr”
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    Work hours:Tu-Fr noon-9.00pm, Sa-Su 11.00am-9.00pm
    Website:lumiere.ru
    Telephone:+7 (495) 228-98-78
    The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography was founded by its owners Natalia Grigorieva and Edward Litvinsky. This is a platform, which is designed for working with professional photographers, photographic collections, photo exhibitions and photo galleries. M: Kropotkinskaya.

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    The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography was founded by its owners Natalia Grigorieva and Edward Litvinsky. This is a platform, which is designed for working with professional photographers, photographic collections, photo exhibitions and photo galleries. The Center plans to hold exhibitions, prepared by its own curators, as well as to provide facilities to other interesting projects in this area. In addition to regular photographic exhibitions, the Center will be engaged in teaching, researching activities, conducting its own publishing program and forming the basis for creation of “The Russian Museum of Photography” in the nearest future. To this goal, soon in the Center there`ll be created “The Lumiere Brothers Fund of Photography”.
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    Pedestrian Zone near Tretyakov Gallery

    In 2013, an area around the Tretyakov Gallery will become a pedestrian zone and will include Pyatnitskaya Street, Klimentovsky Lane, Ordynsky Cul-de-sac, Lavrushinksky Lane, Kadashevskaya and Bolotnaya Embankment.

    It's best to start your walk from metro station “Novokuznetskaya”. Walking along Pyatnitskaya Street, you will come to the old Klimentovsky Lane, connecting Bolshaya Tatarskaya Street with Bolshaya Ordynka. Here it is impossible not to notice the excellent example of XVIII century architecture, the Church of the Holy Martyr Clement, Pope of Rome (1762—1774). The part of Klimentsky Lane from Pyatnitskaya to Ordynka has long since been a pedestrian area. Its northern side forms a small shopping area with shops and cafes.

    Crossing Bolshaya Ordynka, don't forget to have a look at Ordynsky Cul-de-sac, which is located on route between Bolshaya Ordynka and Lavrushinsky Lane. From the right-hand side the cul-de-sac is flanked by the fencing of the Joy of All Who Sorrow Church. In 2000, the square at the end of the cul-de-sac was demolished, where a bust of writer I. S. Shmelev was installed. From 2006, the area has been a pedestrian zone.

    One of the main sites in this pedestrian zone is located on Lavrushinsky Lane – the State Tretyakov Gallery. The famous museum occupies the even side of the lane, which was named in the XVIII century after homeowner Lavrushina.

    Exiting onto Kadasheskaya Embankment, you will cross the Vodootvodny Channel by Luzhkov Bridge and find yourself on Bolotnaya Embankment. Nearby, on Bolotnaya Square, a sculpture composition by M. M. Shemyakin has been installed as well as a monument to great Russian artist I. E. Repin. You may continue your walk further, leaving the pedestrian area and visiting “Red October”, where, in addition to cafes and restaurants, the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography can be found.