The Moscow State Integrated Art and Historical Architectural and Natural Landscape Museum-Reserve launched the outdoor exhibition "Walks around Kolomenskoye". The street banners were installed near the Fair Square in Kolomenskoye.
The project introduces to the architectural and landscape monuments, as well as the ethnographic complex in the park. The exhibition tells about the Church of the Ascension of the XVI century - a world heritage site; Water Tower of the XVII century; the palace of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich - the "eighth wonder of the world" in the XVI century, reconstructed in 2010; House of Peter I and monuments of wooden architecture. It also features expositions of the architectural and ethnographic complex, unusual for Moscow: "Falcon Yard of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich", which provides an opportunity to see the flight of falcons and hawks, and "Estate of Kolomenskoye Peasant", which describes the everyday life of a peasant and his household. It also mentions the Stable Yard with Forge, where real blacksmiths work. The exhibition will run until February 7, 2021.