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Walk in Kolomenskoe estate

The Kolomenskoye estate is one of the oldest in Moscow. The hipped Church of the Ascension (1532), which is included in the UNESCO Cultural Heritage Lists, has been preserved here. The distance between the most distant from each other attractions: the Palace of Alexei Mikhailovich and the Museum of Wooden Architecture, is 3 kilometers.

You can start your walk around the Kolomenskoye estate near the Museum of Wooden Architecture, where the main parking lot is located. Here you can see wooden churches and towers of prisons from Siberian cities.

Then you need to go to the Church of the Ascension. Tsar Ivan the Terrible loved to sit on its gallery and enjoy the view of the Moskva River. There is a beautiful park around the church. It contains the original wooden house of Peter I, where he lived during the construction of the fortress in Arkhangelsk.

After that, you can go down to the embankment of the Moskva River and go into the Golosov ravine. This ravine is recognized as one of the most abnormal zones in Central Russia. Research by scientists indicates a significant excess of the earth's electromagnetic field in the ravine.

The most remote attraction of the Kolomenskoye estate is the restored royal palace of Alexei Mikhailovich. This palace was built in Kolomenskoye in the 17th century, but then because of its dilapidation it was dismantled. At the end of the 20th century, it was completely restored and is an interesting example of a Russian wooden palace, where the tsar and his entourage lived.

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  • Number of places to visit : 7
  • Total route duration : 1 day
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