A statue of Nikolai Rezanov, an 18th-century Russian diplomat and nobleman who died in the city in 1807, gazes towards a slightly...
Permanently docked below an ugly brown-concrete exhibition centre (formerly the Lenin Museum) is the SV Nikolai, the ship that...
The top-heavy but elegant Resurrection Church (1804–22) was decapitated in the 1930s but given a new tower in 1998–99. Its icon-filled...
Tri Dnya Dozhdya
Where Krasnoyarsk’s rich, young and beautiful head to pose, drink and dance to top acts.
Cheap and very popular self-service lunch spot where office workers swap chitchat over plates of pelmeni at formica tables. The ‘ear...
Lonely Planet review
The Philharmonia has three concert halls showcasing folk, jazz and classical music.