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Three rooms of Degas, four rooms of Picasso and five rooms of Matisse. Need I say more? Every major Impressionist is here and entry is free if you bought a ticket to the Hermitage across the square. Best gallery in Moscow.
Across the square from the Winter Palace. You can buy a separate ticket just for the Gen Staff building. I think it was only 300 rubles. It's a modern building and spacious. Nice cafe - much better than the one at Winter palace;. lots of...More
A lot of famous paintings. This I have not seen anywhere! Impressionists I liked immediately. An interesting tour and I spent a lot of time there. Interesting and beautiful rooms in the Art Nouveau style.
We were stunned by the quality and extent of this collection of impressionists and later artists such as Picasso. The lack of a queue surprised us, and we were all alone in some rooms full of Cezanne or Gauguin. Newly opened in June 2019. Go...More
This whole area of St Petersburg is just amazing. The architecture is some of the best in the World and we never at any time felt intimidated or unsafe, although they do warn you about pickpockets. The artwork in these buildings are fabulous and a...More
The General staff building is located in front of Hermitage Museum, on the other side of Palace Square, which is located in the center of Saint Petersburg, the main city in the North-Western region of Russian Federation.
It is a very beautiful building, where there...More
This collection is part of the Hermitage but in another building. It is probably the largest collection of Impressionist art in one museum and well worth a visit.
Warning: once you have left the exhibition to go into the museum coffee shop you are not...More