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Places

Gorky Park Museum
Pion Cafe
Garage Educational Center
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art
Public Toilet
Trinity Church
Hunting lodge of Count Orlov
Rotunda commemorating the 800th anniversary of Moscow
Site of N. Ogarev’s and A. Herzen’s oath
Green Theatre
Escalator Gallery
Luzhnetsky Metro Bridge

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Pion Cafe

Dear visitors, Pion Cafe will be waiting for you in the summer season.

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Hunting lodge of Count Orlov

The oldest construction of Neskuchny Garden and the only building from the ensemble of Trubetskoy that has made it to the present.

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Site of N. Ogarev’s and A. Herzen’s oath

In 1827 young men Alexander Herzen and Nikolay Ogarev, inspired by the events of the Decembrist Revolt, swore an oath while walking up the hills of Vorob’evy Gory to fight until the end of their lives for the well-being of the people.

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Escalator Gallery

The gallery was built in 1959 at the same time as ‘Leninsky Gory’ (now - Vorobyovy Gory) and quickly gained popularity and love among Muscovites.

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Luzhnetsky Metro Bridge

Luzhnetsky Metro Bridge and Metro station ‘Leninskie Gory’ (now - Vorobyovy Gory) were opened in 1959.

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Pion Cafe
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Pion Cafe

Dear visitors, Pion Cafe will be waiting for you in the summer season.

Hunting lodge of Count Orlov
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Hunting lodge of Count Orlov

The oldest construction of Neskuchny Garden and the only building from the ensemble of Trubetskoy that has made it to the present.

Site of N. Ogarev’s and A. Herzen’s oath
Map

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Site of N. Ogarev’s and A. Herzen’s oath

In 1827 young men Alexander Herzen and Nikolay Ogarev, inspired by the events of the Decembrist Revolt, swore an oath while walking up the hills of Vorob’evy Gory to fight until the end of their lives for the well-being of the people.

Escalator Gallery
Map

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Escalator Gallery

The gallery was built in 1959 at the same time as ‘Leninsky Gory’ (now - Vorobyovy Gory) and quickly gained popularity and love among Muscovites.

Luzhnetsky Metro Bridge
Map

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Luzhnetsky Metro Bridge

Luzhnetsky Metro Bridge and Metro station ‘Leninskie Gory’ (now - Vorobyovy Gory) were opened in 1959.

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