Museum of One Street
The much-loved author of The Master and Margarita lived here long before writing his most famous book – between 1906 and 1919. But this...
It says a lot for Andriyivsky uzviz (or Andreyevsky Spusk, as the Russian-speaking majority calls it) that it has retained its charm...
This new place has many virtues. Tucked in a courtyard and invisible from the outside, it is an escape from the crowds on Andriyvsky...
This is where it all started for the country’s most popular chain restaurant. Its (dare we say revolutionary?) design-your-own-pizza...
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Museum of One Street information
This museum lays out individual histories of Andriyvsky uzviz buildings. The sheer jumble-sale eclecticism of the collection – showcasing the lives of dressmakers, soldiers, a rabbi, a Syrian-born Orientalist and more – exudes bags of charm.