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Graveyard of fallen monuments is a museum located close to the New Tretiakov Gallery, in Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. It is a oitdoor museum, where you can see a lot of monuments of the soviet era, which fall down when soviet era...More
Located behind the New Tretyakov Gallery, this park not only displays newer pieces of sculpture, but is used to display older Soviet statues that have since been taken down from public display. Most of the signage around the park was in both Russian and English....More
Unfortunately parts of the park were closed off when I visited but there were still plenty of statutes dotted around. This is a really interesting park, and some statues have brief explanations about their context, although I would have been interested to know more.
We were going to Gorky Park and found that there was another park across the street (actually I think it might all be Gorky park to be honest, just separated into two parts). We found the sculpture cemetery reference and that's why we went there....More
On a sunny day this is a great place to spend a couple of hours. Soak up the sun and a potted history of Russia's leaders, artists and politicians all overseen by a huge statue of Peter The Great, the story goes that it was...More
This graveyard is situation in a park. You can get to it by travelling on the Park Kultury or Oktyabrskaya underground stations and then it's about a ten minute walk. Thousands of statues were destroyed by crowds of people following the collapse of the Soviet...More
Rather than destroy their pas Russia has deposed them to this park. Very well done great location. Saturday artist market. Along the river. Stalins monument very well done. Across the street from Gorky Park.
We walked to the park and the location by the river is lovely. The park itself has some truly inspirational and historic pieces. Well worth the visit. We were lucky to have a perfect sunny day and the park was a peaceful time to reflect...More
This is a section of the Muzeon Park of Arts where there are many old artifacts from Soviet days as well as other works of art, mainly sculptures and statues. There are still many of these all over Russia (that is, they were not all...More