Be enchanted by the beauty of the Kolomenskoye summer palace of the tsars and discover its history. Admire the unique architectural and historical monuments dating back to different eras that are located in the enormous park area.
The village of Kolomonskoye was founded in the 14th century and tsars owned it until the early 20th century. Each of the Russian tsars that spent time there constructed various buildings. Ivan the Terrible and Tsar Alexis loved spending time there. You'll be stunned by the various monuments - including the wooden cabin constructed by Peter the Great, the Church of our Lady of Kazan, and various gates and pavilions. Admire the very old oak trees and the ‘polovetskaya baba’, an anthropomorphic stone figure dating back to the 11th–12th centuries. Find out about the special "sacred" sites of the park, which are linked with old Russian traditions and superstitions. This is a visit that will unlock the secrets of the tsars as well as those of the Russian people.