The collection of architectural fragments comprises almost four thousand pieces dating from the early 14th century to the mid-20th century. They include white-stone and ceramic architectural details, memorial monuments and glazed stove tiles. The majority of them belong to both surviving and lost architectural monuments of the Moscow Kremlin. Some ceramic exhibits (architectural details and stove tiles) relate to the other monuments of Moscow and other Russian towns. Architectural fragments (capitals, cornices, columns, etc.), details with ornamental carving (platbands, portals, parapets, etc.), decorative elements (pediments, arched gables, etc.), sculptures and bas-reliefs, epigraphic monuments and construction details are referred to white-stone architectural details. Sarcophagi, details and fragments of gravestones, and commemorative tombstones represent memorial monuments.

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