Travelling with children who ask too many questions about life, the universe and everything? Here is a place that provides answers for...
Ostankino TV Tower
When the Ostankino TV Tower was built in 1967, it was the tallest free-standing structure in the world (surpassing the Empire State...
This 5500-person arena was built in the lead-up to 1980, when it hosted the Olympic basketball tournament. These days it is home to...
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Kovcheg Gallery information
This unique gallery is devoted to showcasing the lost work of early Soviet artists. Caught between the vibrant, early-20th century (post-impressionism and avant garde) and the stifling Soviet period (socialist realism), many of these artists were never able to exhibit their work, until recent efforts to uncover it.