Iversky Women’s Monastery
This unlikely highlight of Samara is best enjoyed on a warm day. Here you can take your plastic bottle out of the rucksack and fill it...
Stalin’s Bunker, built nine storeys below the Academy of Culture and Art, was never used by Stalin, who stayed in Moscow during WWII....
Children’s Art Gallery
Housed in the landmark Engineer Klodt’s House (Дом инженера Клодта), which resembles a fairy-tale castle and contains a collection of...
Opera & Ballet Theatre
The main venue for ballet, classical concerts and opera.
Highly recommended for its Russian cuisine, including its pelmeni (Russian-style ravioli). There’s live Russian folk music most nights.
Vilonovskaya ul · interesting places nearby
Iversky Women’s Monastery information
The Iversky Women’s Monastery , founded in 1850, was home to 360 nuns, mostly daughters of local merchants.