The Village of Kolomenskoye was mentioned for the first time in the will of the Grand Prince Ivan Kalita of Moscow in 1339, and it was at that time the favourite summer country residence of government members.
The most ancient architectural monument of Kolomenskoye is the Church of the Ascention (1532), which was registered by UNESCO in 1994 as a monument of great artistic and historical value. Also important are the valuable monuments of wooden architecture from different regions of Russia that have been transferred and installed here.
Kolomenskoye attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors, in particular because the museum has live dramatised performances of historical events and it’s beautiful sight from the bank of the Moscow River.
Duration is 4 hours
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