Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Longest Historical Photo Labyrinth in Moscow Arbat
6.05.2016 00:17
Longest Historical Photo Labyrinth in Moscow Arbat

The grand-scale photo exhibition will be devoted to life of Muscovites of the late 19th - early 20th centuries.

      The exhibition under the name "Moscow and Muscovites. Travel through Century" will run in the Arbat Street from May 5. It will be part of the Moscow Spring Festival.

      The exposition will consist of 1,5 thousand photos, lots of which were earlier available only to the staff of archives and museums. The exhibition will extend for 1 kilometer all along the Arbat Street. Thematically the exposition will fall into the topics of Trade, Transport, Fashion, and others. 

      The historical photos are provided for the exhibition by the A.A. Bakhrushin Theatre Museum and the History Museum of Russian Business. Some of them are quite unique and will be presented to general public for the first time.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Photo Exhibitions Arbat Street   

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

It is Planned to Create a Network of Themed Entertainment Parks in St. Petersburg
Mercure Saransk Center Hotel opened in Saransk
A Large-scale Light and Music Show will be Launched On the Embankment of Kama
The Fan Zone of the Mexican National Football Team will be the Biggest One During the Upcoming World Cup
Tverskaya Street in Moscow will Become Pedestrian on June 11 and 12

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share


search on the map
Russian art  Photo-exhibitions  Russian banks  Russian history  Russian tourism  Ivan Poddubny  Yandex  Gangnam style  Architecture  Richard Wagner  Ukraine  English Yard  Russian gold  Russian Cinema  Archeology  Yury Levitan  E-Books   Russian business  Tsaritsyno State museum  Saransk  Ecotourism  St. Petersburg  ENEA  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian Literature  Ust-Abakan  Petr Pavelensky  St. Petersburg Museums  Moscow  Alexander Lebedev  Anton Denikin  MESI  Press  Russian aviation  Sculpture  Russian writers  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Murmansk  White Sands   corruption  Russian women  Alexander Kalyagin  Russian opposition activists  Nikita Khrushchev  Digital Medicines  Baikal  Chebarkul Lake  Russian language  Kulikovo Field Museum  Graphic Art 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites