The fund of architectural details contains about 4000 exhibits of the early XIVth – mid-XXth century. It includes white-stone and ceramic architectural details, memorials and stove glazed tiles. The majority of them belongs to the 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 (frames, portals, parapets etc.), decorative elements (crowning frontons, zakomaras and others), sculpture and bas-reliefs, epigraphic monuments and construction details are referred to the white-stone architectural details. Sarcophagi, details and fragments of gravestones and tombstones represent memorial monuments.

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