The first national plastic art museum in Russia and the world's richest collection of Russian art, it is located in St. Petersburg, 4 Engineering Street, is one of the must-see attractions in St. Petersburg.
The Russian National Museum (Государственный Русский Музей), formerly known as the "Mikhailov Palace", is the first national plastic art museum in Russia and the world's richest collection of Russian art. It is located in the St. Petersburg, 4 Engineering Street, is one of the must-see attractions in St. Petersburg. The building itself is a masterpiece of neoclassical architecture in Russia in the early 19 century, designed by architect Rossi and built for the crown prince of Tsar Paul I, Mikhail. In terms of the collection, the collection of 400,000 pieces of fine arts, for the whole history of Russian fine arts in the 12～20th century, it can be said that there is no surplus. The most abundant of practical art collections is porcelain, which accounts for about 2/3 of the total collection.
The Russian State Museum was formerly known as "Mikhailov Palace". It is located at No. 4 St. Petersburg Engineering Street and adjacent to the "Splitting Blood Cathedral". It was built by Tsar Nicholas II in 1895 and lasted three years. It was officially opened to the public in March 1898. The Russian State Museum is the first national museum of plastic arts in Russia and the museum with the richest collection of Russian art works in the world. The museum’s exhibits cover the entire Russian art history from the tenth century to the present. The most attractive collection in the museum is Repin’s paintings. The most famous is the world famous painting "The Tracker of the Volga".
Если вы хотите насладиться русской живописью, то вам обязательно стоит посетить этот музей. Практически вся история России от иконописи и до наших дней на картинах самых известных русских художников.
The most interesting museum of fine art I have ever seen. Rich collection of paintings, cosy atmosthere in which you are able to feel the soul of St.Petesburg. Masterpieces of Vasnetsov, Shishkin, Pepin, Serov, Surikov and many others will exite you and you will get the most amazing impressions. It worth to visit, indeed
This is the most amazing place. You get to see about the lives of the Russian people, and a lot about the lives of the Tzars. There is such a rich history to the country, that you could spend hours or even days wandering this place and learning about everything from the first days of the city to the Soviets.
Preston_Dominguez: Inzhenernaya St., 4 | Metro: Gostiny Dvor, Nevskiy Prospekt, St. Petersburg 191011, Russia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Winter Palace,Nevsky Prospekt,Peter and Paul Fortress,Kazan Cathedral,The State Russian Museum