Arkhangelskoye Gosudarstvennyy Muzey-usadba, Arkhangelskoye
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View Prince Nicholas Yusupov's famous art collection, handwritten books, and porcelain and jewelry belonging to generations of Russian nobility at . Explore the architectural complex and surrouding park for a glimpse into how the wealthiest families of Russian nobility lived. Occupied by the Golitsyns from 1703 to 1818 and the Yusupovs from 1810 to 1917, the neoclassical estate has a prominent palace facing the Moscow River and a vast park filled with many antique statues. It features a small palace named the Caprice, and monuments to Catherine II of Russia and Alexander Pushkin, the renowned Russian poet. Other buildings include an 18th-century theater designed by famous Italian theater set designer Pietro Gonzaga, and the Saint Gates, the uncompleted building known as Colonnade, intended to be a mausoleum for the elder son of the last Princess Yusupova. Today it acts as an exhibition hall and two extensions of the sanatorium built in the 1930s. Walk the paths through the forests, explore the gardens and long wooden tunnels, and visit the oldest building on the grounds, the Church of Archangel Michael dating back to 1646. Take a guided tour of the museum and see the estate library, home to more than 16,000 original volumes by Russian and foreign authors. The estate is located in the suburbs of the city, but is accessible via public transportation. Check the estate's website for seasonal outdoor entertainment events prior to your visit. Using our online itinerary creator, Arkhangelskoye attractions like Arkhangelskoye Gosudarstvennyy Muzey-usadba can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Stunning Manor surrounded by an age-old forests, great place for a stroll. Unique architectural pakrkovyj onsambl' on the banks of the river. Great place for photo shoots, trips and recreation.
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  • Love this Homestead: for the beauty of the buildings, for silence walks along the River, for the atmosphere of romance, for the chance to dream. In my opinion it's better to come here my family simply walking. We came here on a crowded s'edaet Music Festival-the charm of the place.
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  • Specially came to Arkhangelsk in the sanatorium. Time proved to much for that wander through all corners of the Museum-Manor Arkhangelskoe. It is a pity that it was winter and most of the exhibits and exhibitions closed. But what this charm-walk in the snow-covered alleys, along a deserted Park. Feel the desolation, in some places there is no master hands. It is a pity that the commercialization becomes the basis of all economic activity. Such places where a luxurious nature coexists with historic buildings, each of which has its history dating back to 17.18 century units not only in Russia but also in the world. All this should be cherished. But, unfortunately, the authorities behave like humans came out of nowhere: sell everything you can and cannot! One can only hope that the Manor Arkhangelskoe persists in spite of everything, and our grandchildren and great-grandchildren will admire the beauty of this place and is proud of our history.
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