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Armoury Chamber with transfer and guide (English, German, Japanese or French speaking) 

World-wide known treasure-house. Exclusive collection of the state regalia, ceremonial tsar's vestments and coronation dress, vestments of the Russian Orthodox Church's hierarchs, the largest collection of gold and silverware by Russian craftsmen, West European artistic silver, ceremonial weapons and arms, carriages, horse ceremonial harness are preserved here. More than four thousand items are displayed in the Chamber.

Borodino Panorama with individual transfers and personal guide (English, German, French or Japanese speaking) 

The museum tells the story of the historic events during the Patriotic War of 1812, and a mighty decisive battle between Russian and French armies that took place near the village of Borodino on the 7th September 1812. The pearl of the museum collection is a panorama of the battle of Borodino, created by an outstanding Russian artist Franz Roubaud in 1912 and dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812.

Bunker-42 on Taganka (English, German, Japanese or French speaking) 

Bunker-42 is the outpost in the center of Moscow which used to be in charge about 30 years providing security in case of nuclear attack. The number of the total staff was more than 2500 people. In 60s Bunker-42 was completely equipped with all requires in case of nuclear attack. The store of food, fuel, air regeneration and vent filter systems, a water supply system could provide the staff to be in ready alert during several months. During the tour you will pass through the Bunker's secured tunnels, view the weapon models and communications equipment of Armed Forces of the USSR. You will watch a documental film about a period of the Cold War between the USSR and the USA.

Cathedral of Christ the Savior with transfer and guide (English, German, Japanese or French speaking) 

* Daily, except Monday, 08.03.19, 01.05.19, 09.05.19, 12.06.19, 04.11.19 The Christ the Savior Cathedral is the largest of the Russian Orthodox Churches, can accommodate up to 10,000 people. It was conceived as a memorial to Russian victory over Napoleon armies. In 1924 by Stalin's order the cathedral was demolished. The Christ the Savior Cathedral was reconstructed in 1994 by the Moscow Government's decision. It was restored with attention to every detail. An observation platform was installed at the bell tower level.The main sacred objects in the Cathedral are the icon of the Nativity of Jesus Christ brought from Bethlehem, six authentic restored canvases of Russian painter V.P. Vereschagin and the authentic throne of His Holiness the Patriarch Tikhon in the main Sanctuary.

Diamond Fund with transfer and guide (English, German, Japanese or French speaking) 

* Daily, except Thursday, 08.03.19, 01.05.19, 09.05.19, 12.06.19, 04.11.19 The Diamond Fund of Russia has a brilliant collection of masterpieces of jewelry of the 18th-20th centuries, rare precious stones, gold and platinum nuggets of great historic, artistic and scientific importance. The Fund was founded by Peter the Great in 1719 in order to keep the “state belongings”. The magnificent Crown jewels are on a display on a permanent basis.

"Gorki Leninskie" estate with transfers and personal guide (English, German, French or Japanese speaking) 

Izmailovo Kremlin with transfer and guide (English, German, Japanese or French speaking) 

Kremlin in Izmailovo is a unique cultural and entertainment complex which was created on the basis of the world famous Vernisage in Izmailovo. The Cultural-Entertainment Complex “Kremlin in Izmailovo” is situated on the bank of the Serebryano-Vinogradny (“Silver-Grape”) pond next to the historic country estate of the Russian tsars. The Kremlin is situated on a high hill, surrounded partly by wooden palisade, partly by stone walls with massive towers and bridge. The Kremlin is built according drafts and engravings of Tsar's Palace of XVI-XVII centuries. The white stone towers are decorated by colored tiles, made according to ancient traditions. The Kremlin in Izmailovo combines three museums: Museum of Russian Toys, Museum of Russian Costume and Way of Life, and Vodka History Museum.

Kolomenskoye Estate with individual transfers and personal guide (English, German, French or Japanese speaking) 

The former country residence of Moscow Grand Princes and Russian Tsars that dates its origins back to the 14th century, the Museum-Reserve “Kolomenskoye” - a unique architectural complex situated on the steep banks of the Moskva River and included into UNESCO World Heritage List. The expositions of the Kolomenskoye estate offer unique collections of old Russian icon paintings, graphics, rare handwritten and old printed books, precious metal objects and woodwork and much more.

Kremlin territory, 5 Cathedrals & Ivan the Great Bell-tower with individual transfers and personal guide (English, German, French or Japanese speaking 

The Moscow Kremlin represents the history of Russia in stone and is a unique historical and cultural museum-reserve, which contains numerous monuments from different centuries: the palaces of Russian tsars, Metropolitans and Patriarchs, as well as the modern official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. The oldest square of Moscow, the Cathedral Square, houses a unique architectural and urban ensemble, with exceptional testaments of the Old Russian architecture: the Assumption, the Annunciation and the Archangel Cathedrals, the Church of Laying Our Lady's Holy Robe, the Patriarch's Palace, the complex of the Ivan the Great Bell-tower.

Kuskovo Estate with individual transfers and personal guide (English, German, French or Japanese speaking) 

Kuskovo is a stunning architectural ensemble, which belonged to the Sheremetev family and represents one of the earliest examples of summer country residences in the 18th century Russia. To this day, several magnificent architectural monuments have remained well preserved, as well as a French formal garden with its marble sculptures, pavilions and ponds, the only park of its kind in Moscow. Nowadays, the estate houses the Russian State Museum of Ceramics, which contains one of the world's largest collections of Russian and foreign ceramics and glass of various epochs from antiquity to modern days.

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