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Furniture Museum, Moscow

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  • A small museum so it will not take long to see it all. I thought the central heating system seemed the most interesting - but I am not a plumber so maybe the vent in the corner of each room was someth...  more »
  • Unfortunately, this corner of olden times, holds the spirit of the times, today is already closed. Private Museum of Vladimir Smirnov survived 13 years from 2000 in the year 2014. It was the second private museum in Moscow. Mr. Smirnov restored mansion that belonged to the once-famous magnate EK and Emperor Nicholas Arshenevskomu times. A merchant bought it from Ryazan merchant and manufacturer Gerasimos Andreyevich Ipatiev in 1780 year. Furniture was collected from different eras, many interesting and unique things. Rarity is considered to be made specifically for the coronation celebrations the year 1801 Alexander I to the Chair which is said to have been touched by the hand of the Emperor, leaving a mark on the neprosohshem Lake. Simple in form and decorated with gilded armchair carved Birch Russian coat of arms. And the met Museum visitors before a huge over 2 m stool. Perhaps the Museum moved to another estate, if someone wants to touch the beauty that you created and in which our ancestors lived, I think, will be able to find it
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  • The Museum is located in an old 18th century Manor House that once belonged to Catherine the great magnate times Arshenevskomu. It is very convenient to go from Metro Marxist not more than two or three minutes. In the Museum you can see furniture that once created serfs craftsmen. And yet there are furniture designs. established in Western Europe. Unfortunately, now the Museum is temporarily closed for renovations.
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  • A good kitchen. A lot of space.
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  • Not as bad as it could be
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  • Dullishly
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  • Interesting, worth a visit
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  • So many fine furniture, prices are not very small.
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