Do you want to see Moscow in miniature, observe the historical center from a bird's-eye view and witness an impressive light show?
Come to the Moscow Maquette pavilion located in the Lilac Alley at the ENEA, Moscow. The miniature city, occupying an area of about 370 square meters, is a unique Moscow copy at a scale of 1 in 400.
Here you can see nearly 2000 buildings inside the Garden Ring and partially outside. The historical center is clearly visible: here is the Moscow Kremlin, Red Square, GUM, the Historical Museum, and Christ the Savior Cathedral...
Thanks to LED lights that the architectural model of Moscow is equipped with, the day and night change here. Moreover, the metro exits, churches, bridges, and so on are beautifully highlighted.
To top it all, a number of light shows are held in the pavilion daily.
Where: ENEA at the address 119, Mira Avenue, next to metro stations VDNKh and Vystavochny Center.
When: from December 1, 2018, to December 31, 2019.
Open hours: from 10 am to 8 pm every day except Monday.
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