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The Art of Watchmaking Exhibition to Be Held in Moscow
18.10.2011 13:03
The Art of Watchmaking Exhibition to Be Held in Moscow
An old Swiss watch

This October visitors will be able to see attractive works of art in one of the Kremlin parts. The Armoury Chamber is going to present the European masterpieces, made in the period from XVI to the end of XX century. The exhibition includes 63 unusual devices, reflecting the main stages of the difficult history of horology. One can be able to follow a long way from early pocket watch to chronographs and digital clock. The exhibits are provided by foreing museums and private collections. 

      The exposition will be available until 10 November.

        You can visit the Armoury at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2.30 p.m., 4.30 p.m. Tickets are sold at the Kremlin booking offices 45 minutes before the start of the seance. Full ticket price - 700 rubles, discount tickets (for pupils, students and retirees) – 200 rubles. On weekends and holidays families with children (no more than two adults and two children under 16) can also buy tickets for 200 rubles per person. 

      You can check all necessary information here (English version is available).

      Sources:, Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Moscow events Russian culture Moscow museums Russian museums 

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