Buried more than 26,000 Russian celebrities of various historical periods, is one of the three major cemeteries in Europe. There are famous writers Pushkin, writers Gogol, Chekhov, Mayakovsky, Fatyev, drama theorist Stanislavsky, dancer Ulanova, broadcaster Uli Borisovich Levitan, aircraft designer Andrei Tupolev, Wavilov, politician Khrushchev, Migoyan, Podgorne, Yeltsin and so on. And so on. There is a room like a newspaper booth in the door, you can buy browsing maps, which gives a detailed description of the distribution of the tombstones; when we went there, it snowed heavily, and many tombstones were covered with snow, so we could not see clearly. Fortunately, we met the Chinese tour group and listened to all the explanations. Otherwise, we would surely not find so many celebrity tombstones.
It's really good to see the New Saint Daughter's Cemetery in Moscow. Although I don't know Russian, the statue on the cemetery shows what the owner of the cemetery was doing before. I took some pictures of his favorite. 1: Wang Ming, the beloved son of the Communist International, 2: Stalin's wife, suicide, 3: Zoya and Shula, 4: How steel was made. The author of this book Ostrovsky 5: Ballet The goddess Ulanova (Stalin's lover) 6: the founder of the Moscow circus, Yuri Vladimirovich Nikulin, 7: black-and-white Khrushchev; 8: the three heroes of the Moscow Defense War: Major General Dovator, pilot Lieutenant Talarishin, Panfilov Ivan Major General Vasilievic 9:
Moscow's New Cemetery of Saints. Many celebrities who once played a promotive role in the development of Russian history sleep here. The skillful combination of the soul of the tomb owner and the art of the tombstone has formed a unique Russian cemetery culture. Gogoli, Zoya, Ostrovsky, Khrushchev, Ulanova, Yeltsin in turn.
If you tell you that the scenic spot Moscow can't miss is a cemetery, don't think the tour guide is fooling around. This is the New Saint Lady Cemetery. Not only are there buried famous writers and artists like Pushkin, but also politicians like Khrushchev and Yeltsin, and a "surprise" Tomb of Wang Ming is here. If time is enough, the new Saint Lady's Cemetery is even worth taking time to appreciate (forgive me for my disrespect for the deceased). Every tombstone wants to have a sense of instant vision. It can even be said that the tombstone itself is an epitaph. For example, Khrushchev's tombstone is half black and half white, while Yeltsin's tombstone is the shape of the Russian flag.
Tickets are not required, but the group tour code is priced at 150 yuan per person, but the car guide always pays for it. It feels worthwhile to go in. Very good national cemetery. Beauty is like a garden. There are many celebrities lying there. Brothers and sisters of Zoya Shula, Khrushchev, Yeltsin, Ulanova, Ostrovsky, etc.
On the bus to the New Saint Lady's Cemetery, a lady told me where to get off. When I got to the cemetery, I was introduced by myself. Although I didn't understand anything, I really appreciated it. The Cemetery of the New Saint Lady buried the great soul. Yeltsin, Pushkin, Khrushchev and so on. Dead rest
The Cemetery of the New Saint Lady gathers the great souls of the Soviet Union for more than a hundred years. The great literary masters, famous artists, scientific masters and generals and soldiers sleep together in this quiet land. Fortunately, a Chinese team's commentary was used to identify the most famous Khrushchev, Gogol, Chekhov, Stanislavsky, Stalina, Gorbacheva, Ulanova, Yeltsin, Zoya and Wang Ming in Rulin's tombstone. It's free from the wall of the new convent.
The decorations on the tombs sometimes show what the deceased did in their lifetime. Generally speaking, the area of Yeltsin's tomb is almost the same whether he is engaged in art or politics. But Yeltsin's tomb is especially large, and there is a sculpture of the Russian flag. Here, the tombs of Wang Ming and his wife can also be found. There are no maps in the cemetery, which is slightly weaker than Paris cemeteries such as the Priest Cemetery of Rachez (but maybe the Russians don't care at all). For tourists, it's better to take a picture of the doorway before entering for easy search. The cemetery is free, but the new convent next to it is free and worth visiting.