For the period of learning Russian language we introduce to our students Russian culture, traditions and life style, as well as historical and architectural monuments of Moscow. We conduct excursions at the museums and introduce various exhibitions and presentations.
They say it is better to see than to learn through the Internet. That is the reason why every education program of our center includes the following excursions:
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Historical center of Moscow
The Red Square and Kremlin as a symbol of Moscow and the whole Russia.
Saint Vassily Cathedral as a national symbol of Russia and the main church of the Red Square.
The Tverskaya Street (main street of Moscow).
Tretiyakov Gallery is a National Russian Art Gallery where you can find the icon painting of the 18thcentury and the works of art of the 18-19thcenturies.
Tsaritsino park museum
Tsaritsino is a luxurious estate of the 18th century that became a museum in 1984. The estate was built in pseudo gothic style by the project of Bazhenov and Kozakov.
Kuskovo park estate (XVIIIth century)
The luxurious estate of Kuskovo used to belong to the count Sheremitiev family for more than 400 years. There they held splendid balls and receptions, large scale merry making on public holidays, performances and festivals. Kuskovo is one of the earliest representatives of summer residences in Russia. Every year the tradition of merry making on public holidays revives in Kuskovo.
Is one of the most ancient places of living in Russia where the modern Moscow is located now. It is situated up the steep banks of the Moscow river. In Kolomenskoe you will see the oldest historical and cultural monuments, such as the icon of Derzhavnaya Virgin Mary that is admired all over Russia.
The Kuzminki estate was founded in the beginning of the 18th century by Russian aristocrat Stroganov. It is the only estate of Russian aristocracy where all the buildings have survived. There you will see the family house, west and east wings, ancient grottos, horse farm, music pavillion, animal farm and the French park that is also famous as the Park of the Twelve Prospects.
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Another country estate of the count Sheremetiev is a pearl of the architectural art of the 17th -18th century. The luxurious palace and a theater were built by serf architects. It is the only house with functions of a theatre that includes a stage, an auditorium and dressing rooms. The interior of the rooms preserved the original decoration of the 18th century.
Izmailovo, the Imperial estate
Izmailovo island and the Imperial estate that is situated on the banks of Serebryanka river is one of the most interesting and unique historical spots of Moscow. The country Imperial estate was built by order of the Russian tsar Alexey Michailovich Romanov. In the center of the estate there was Imperial courtyard. Nowadays you can see the Bridge Tower, the Pokrovsky Cathedral (1671–1679), The Front and Back Entrance Gate (1679–1682) and the stone building of Nikolaevskaya Izmailovskaya poorhouse.