CALENDAR: ALL EVENTS - 5.2017

  • 25.11.2016 - 28.05.2017

    Russian Royal and Imperial Hunting. From The Moscow Kremlin Museums’ Collection

    The “Russian Royal and Imperial Hunting. From The Moscow Kremlin Museums’ Collection” exhibition is dedicated to hunting, one of the most popular entertainments of Russian tsars and emperors. It was an important part of the court ceremonial, aimed at demonstrating the sovereign’s splendour and majesty, authority and power to his subjects and foreign guests.

  • 21.02.2017 - 17.12.2017

    Gold Coins in History of the Romanov Dynasty

    An exhibition dedicated to gold coins in history of the Romanov dynasty from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums is to be held at the International Numismatic Club.

  • 03.03.2017 - 04.06.2017

    Saint Louis and Relics of the Sainte-Chapelle

    The Moscow Kremlin Museums present an exhibition introducing the greatest achievements of medieval culture of France to the Russian audience. This joint international project of the Moscow Kremlin Museums and the Centre des monuments nationaux of France supported by the French Embassy will become the main event of the Russia-France Year of Cultural Tourism.

  • 26.05.2017 - 04.09.2017

    “It is Quiet in Shipka…” For the 140th Anniversary of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-1878

    The Moscow Kremlin Museums participate in the exhibition at the State Historical Museum, dedicated to the 140th Anniversary of the Russian-Turkish War for liberation of Bulgaria, and give on loan a unique exhibit – cavalry sabre and scabbard. It belonged to Russian General Field Marshal – Iosif Vladimirovich Romeyko-Gourko, prominent hero of that war.

  • 29.05.2017 - 31.08.2017

    Photography exhibition from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums

    The exhibition of photographs from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums held at the State Historical, Architectural and Natural-Landscape Open-Air Museum ‘Izborsk’ is organized within the framework of the International Conference ‘Dialogue Fort Ross’.

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