Voronezh attractions

Aquarium in Voronezh


That one of Europe's largest aquariums can be found in a shopping centre in a landlocked town synonymous with Black Earth may seem a little odd, but you'll find the huge collection of marine life – and other animals…
Market in Voronezh

Central Market

A stroll around this modern glass-ceilinged food market is a good way to while away some time. Check out spices, fresh produce, Russian cakes, dairy and deli items, as well as fish and meat. There's also a hipster f…
Museum in Voronezh

IN Kramskoy Regional Fine Arts Museum

Reached through a passage leading into a courtyard, this excellent regional arts museum offers up a solid collection of Russian painting and sculpture, and Greek and Roman sculpture. Quality temporary exhibitions ar…
Church in Voronezh

Annunciation Cathedral

Russia’s third-largest working church, this handsome 97m-high structure was built in Russo-Byzantine style in the late 19th century. Outside stands a statue of the early-18th-century cleric St Mitrofan surrounded by…
Convent in Voronezh

St Alexey of Akatov Women’s Monastery

This out-of-the-way restored nunnery, founded in 1674, is near the river on lovely grounds, which include a tiny graveyard surrounded by colourful, lopsided cottages. The interior of the church is covered entirely w…
Church in Voronezh

Resurrection Church

This attractive large green-domed church, a short walk east of pl Lenina, boasts a colourful fresco-covered interior that hosts regular choral services.
Museum in Voronezh

Regional Museum

Displays permanent exhibits on Peter the Great and the history of the region from before the Bronze Age up to the Soviet era.