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Day trips include the old fortress and beautiful countryside at Stary Izborsk, the Technicolor church and spooky cave necropolis at Pechory, and Mikhailovskoe, the family estate and last resting place of Alexander Pushkin in Pushkinskie Gory.

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Kremlin Skip-the-line Small Group Moscow Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Moscow Kremlin (Moskovsky Kreml), Moscow, Central RussiaMeet your guide at the entrance to the Kremlin, the Kutafya Tower, at 13:30 to start your tour of the KremlinDuration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Moscow Kremlin (Moskovsky Kreml), Moscow, Central RussiaVisit 3 cathedrals inside the Kremlin: the Cathedral of Archangel Michael, The Cathedral of Annunciation, the Uspensky CathedralDuration: 1 hour

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Veliky Novgorod: Tour to Yuriev Monastery and ''Vitoslavlitsi'' Museum

During this amazing tour you will be taken to the suburbs of Veliky Novgorod - to the Yuriev Monastery and an open-air museum "Vitoslavlitsi".The St. George's (Yuriev) Monastery was the main monastery of medieval Novgorod the Great. It stands south of the city on the left bank of the Volkhov River near where it flows out of Lake Ilmen. According to legend, the monastery was founded in the eleventh century by Yaroslav the Wise, but the first historicall-reliable reference to it is from the early twelfth century when the main church the Church of St. George (Georgieveskii Church) was founded (in 1119) by Prince Vsevolod Mstislavich of Novgorod and Pskov and Hegumen (roughly equivalent to a western prior) Kyuriak (Kirik) and built by the master Peter.Then you will visit "Vitoslavlitsi" museum. Vitoslavitsy is a unique place where you will learn how Russian people lived centuries ago. Houses, barns, wooden churches and chapels were brought here from all over the North-Western region of Russia and beautifully restored, so that the museum recreates the atmosphere of an ancient Russian village street. You can go inside a couple of such village houses and see how everything was arranged in the homes of ordinary Russian people and well-off merchants back in the 19th century.