Glinka Concert Hall
Konenkov Sculpture Museum
Contains playful woodworks by Smolensk Oblast native Sergei Konenkov, otherwise known as the 'Russian Rodin'. The museum also has works...
At the east end of this shady garden with fountains, an 1885 statue of the composer Glinka is surrounded by a fence with excerpts from...
This gorgeous mustard-coloured building is home to a range of different galleries, covering natural and local history.
MiG fighter jets are the theme for this popular downmarket bar. Basic Russian meals are also served here til late.
Brightly lit, spacious but lacking atmosphere, this café serves coffee, small salads, caviar, sandwiches and many opportunities to...
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Glinka Concert Hall information
Attending a concert is the best way to get a look at the reconstructed hall where Glinka once entertained Russian nobility and launched the history of secular art music in Russia.