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    Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum

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    Place: Yaroslavl, Russia, улица Кирова, 10
    Duration: 4 hours

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    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum
    • Excursion around Yaroslavl, the museum "Music and Time", Khud.Museum

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    In a programme:

    Sightseeing tour: Historical center: Epiphany (viewing the ensemble of the square, the church of the Epiphany), Volkovskaya (inspection of the square ensemble, the Theater named after Fyodor Volkov), Krasnaya (inspection of the square's ensemble), Sovetskaya square (inspection of the square ensemble, Ilya the Prophet's churches) , Assumption Cathedral, a monument to the founding of the city, the arrow of two rivers - the Volga and Kotorosli. Churches Nikola Chopped city, Savior to the City, Michael Archangel (external inspection), external inspection of the Transfiguration Monastery.

    Excursion in the first private museum in Russia "Music and Time". Perhaps the most unusual museum of the city of Yaroslavl. A museum where all the artifacts come to life with the arrival of tourists, and ancient music pours out from everywhere: the clock strikes, bells and bells ring, gramophones, musical tables and caskets, a symphonion and a hurdy-gurdy sing ...

    Excursion to the Art Museum of Yaroslavl - the former house-palace of Yaroslavl governors. This house was the Russian emperors from Alexander I to Nicholas II, there were official meetings, solemn receptions, festive balls. And today the governor's house represents a collection of the Yaroslavl portrait of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, works of the Parisian period of creativity by Konstantin Korovin, the Russian avant-garde