The attire of a noble boyar was sewn from precious fabrics, decorated with furs, cufflinks and buttons. Clothes of different cuts were put on each other — it gave the stateliness to their owners and corresponded to the understanding of the beauty of the time. Old Russian clothes became out of use long ago, but the names of ancient clothes and their details have survived in the modern language as winged phrases.


Especially for hearing-impaired, the Moscow Kremlin Museums has created a series of video materials. One will get acquainted with walls and towers of the medieval fortress, interior and décor of the Patriarch's Palace, and see treasures of the Armory. You'll find out what tsarina's and noble boyar's dresses consisted, and how feasts were held at tsar's court.

Enjoy watching it!


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