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A Museum Quarter will Appear in the Centre of Moscow
22.10.2019 11:32
A Museum Quarter will Appear in the Centre of Moscow
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A museum quarter with the area of about 5.71 hectares will appear in the centre of Moscow. The total area of the future territory in Khamovniki, limited by Volkhonka Street, Kolymazhny, Bolshoi and Maly Znamensky Lanes, will make up approximately 5.71 hectares.

      The territory under consideration contains several objects of cultural heritage, including the estate of the Vyazemsky-Dolgorukov princes on Maly Znamensky Lane, the estate of the Golitsyn princes on Volkhonka, the commercial apartment building of Sutulovs.

      It is planned to involve all these objects in the project of creating a unified city museum space, where the main place will be occupied by people - spectators, listeners. At the end of the comprehensive reconstruction, the buildings will be adapted to the modern requirements for storage and security of museum exhibits.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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