This is the new glass & concrete building on the embankment, not the 'old' Tretyakov in Lavrushinsky Lane. It houses modern art and is well worth a look. I went especially to see the original Kandiskinky's and I wasn't disappointed! Just make sure you use the floor layout map provided and tick off as you go through each room on each floor so that you don't miss anything. Allow at least a full half day, there's lots to see. Photography inside is not allowed but the surrounding area is full of 'cast-off' sculptures that look as if they've been randomly dumped and are rather interesting. Also, there's a cute little 'Hansel & Gretel' outdoor cafe (not part of the gallery) near the main entrance that serves drinks, tasty sandwiches and delicious pastries.
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