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New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

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View a special collection of Russian masterpieces spanning over a thousand years at New Tretyakov Gallery. Visit the museum, which was founded in 1892 from a collection donated to the city by Pavel Tretyakov, a merchant and art patron. Now the exhibits contain over 170,000 Russian works of art from different eras. The new building of the gallery boasts modern works from 20th-century artists, including Chagall, Kandinsky, and Malevich. As you tour the gallery, notice its fairy-tale architectural style. Outside, take time to walk through the on-site sculpture park. Use our Moscow trip itinerary website to add New Tretyakov Gallery and other attractions to your Moscow vacation plans.
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  • Loved it. I am very concerned that the war in the Ukraine and the death of ordinary people. Would you please consider raising awareness? 
    Loved it. I am very concerned that the war in the Ukraine and the death of ordinary people. Would you please consider raising awareness?  more »
  • If you have time, not on the top of your list by any means, but if you have extra time or near Gorky Park, go. I think I spent about 1-1.5 hours here, but probably could have spent longer. But I... 
    If you have time, not on the top of your list by any means, but if you have extra time or near Gorky Park, go. I think I spent about 1-1.5 hours here, but probably could have spent longer. But I...  more »
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  • Valuable pieces of art mainly pictures but also beautiful sculptures shown inside impresived large rooms. Very well preserved and organized. It has to be visited, without doubts!
  • I really love this gallery and the Soviet vibe of the building and the permanent collection. Unfortunately every time you come here to enjoy art, you get to interact with the most unfriendly staff. People walking the gallery don't wear masks (yes, we are still in the middle of the pandemic) and no one reminds them no take precautions, but you get scolded and yelled at if you get too close to the painting to admire the brush strokes. Very logical and friendly!

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