Kolomenskoe features medieval churches dating back to the 16-th and 17-th centuries (1500s and 1600s), one is devoted for the birth of Ivan the Terrible, stone chambers with clock tower, some wooden huts (1700s) – among them the house of Peter the Great – a brilliant example of Northern Russian architecture (moved on from Archangelsk), gardens planted in the middle of the 17-th century, oaks whose age is about 400 years and other fascinating sights. Majestic royal estate, panoramic views of the river and banks, outlines of old monasteries, pre-historical mysterious stones at the foot of the hill are also in sight.
Separately, the are other neighborhoods, that’s a wooden palace of Russian tsars (reconstruction for the mid 1600s) with old Russian tiling and icon exposition, and a reconstructed street of typical Russian village (the 1800s). And behind every boulder or a piece of log lie good many of stories…
- Private guide
- Moscow metro tickets
- Entrance fee to the house of Peter the Great, wooden palace of Russian tsars (reconstruction for the mid 1600s) with old Russian tiling and icon exposition.