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Art Gallery of the European and American Countries of the XIX-XX centuries

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Art Gallery of the European and American Countries of the XIX-XX centuries

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Spend three days taking in Moscow’s sights as you learn the history of the city, dating back to the 12th century. Walk through one of the oldest quarters of Moscow, the Kitay Gorod neighborhood. See the historical Red Square, Christ the Savior Cathedral, Patriarch's Bridge, Gorky Park, and the Changing of the Guards Ceremony in Alexander Gardens. Stroll through the Downtown and Zamoskvorechye Districts to see 16th-19th century churches and cathedrals. Then journey to Patriarch's Ponds residential area and Pushkin Square to see a more modern side of the city.
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Naija M wrote a review Feb 2020
England, United Kingdom472 contributions92 helpful votes
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I visited this gallery straight after walking around the Pushkin State Museum next door (you can buy a combined ticket). To my mind, it is far superior to the more famous Pushkin. World famous artists have their work exhibited here - Picasso, Monet, Gaugin etc.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sandy Henderson wrote a review Feb 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina2 contributions
Every lover of impressionists should 100% visit this gallery. Brilliant Matisse and Monet here, Picasso, Van Gogh, Gaugin and many more. Just brilliant. Better have a guide
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ginsengNewYork wrote a review Jan 2020
new york898 contributions310 helpful votes
Located in an unassuming building near Pushkine Museum, these galleries contain some fascinating pieces of art from the great European and American painters of the 19th and early 20th centuries - Monet, Picasso, Degas, Van Gogh, Sisley, Gauguin, Cassatt and many more. It is well laid out, with the galleries spread over three compact floors. The rest of this incredible collection is in St Petersburg in the Hermitage beautiful modern wing.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ariel857 wrote a review Jan 2019
Beersheba, Israel344 contributions98 helpful votes
For an avid art lover, it's worth travelling ten thousand miles to visit this gem of a museum. Sourced from private collections and post war Germany, the collection is absolutely stunning richly studded with masterpieces that linger in one's memory long after leaving the museum.It's a wow sort of thing, nothing less.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Vicky P wrote a review Dec 2018
Tallinn, Estonia1,572 contributions42 helpful votes
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Another building right next to the main Pushkin museum building with more or less modern art if that's what you would consider impressionists and artists after that period. Temporary exhibitions as well. This time about two cosmopolitans surviving in turbulent Europe at the beginning of the 20th century. A better shop than in the main building, as it's a separate space and you can actually have a decent conversation with the shop assistant unlike in the main building where it's in the middle of a narrow corridor right for everybody, including school groups, to hang out before and after the cloak room. Yet the cafe is still meh. A part of that annual membership card program meaning you can skip the lines. Yey!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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