Samara Art Museum
Reminiscent of a medieval German basilica, the Lutheran Church was built by a growing German population, who settled here from the...
This private gallery is excellent for viewing (and purchasing) works by the best of the Volga region artists in regular exhibitions....
The only drawback of anti-cafes is that most are 'dry' areas – in this case where tea and coffee is tippled with biscuits. The cosy...
Highly recommended for its Russian cuisine, including its pelmeni (Russian-style ravioli). There’s live Russian folk music most nights.
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Samara Art Museum information
Easily the most important cultural attraction in the city, the Samara Art Museum exhibits mainly Russian art, including works by those artists who came to the region to paint. Look for Boyarishina, given by Surikov to a local doctor who treated him when he fell ill. The museum also holds an impressive collection of early Kazimir Malevich works.