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Was a lovely and friendly museum in the heart of Moscow city center.
Due to some changes in the structure of the Russian Culture Ministry the museum was closed.
It is partly moved to the Zaritzino park-museum.
As per previous entry on TA, I couldn't find this museum so it must have closed so I wouldn't bother looking for it, maybe worth checking on line to see if it has opened again or somewhere else before making the trip.
It is small and tricky to find - hint: look at the ground for matryoshkas pointing the way - but locals will help say where it is. If you see a "Queen Cafe", it's the door to the left of that establishment.
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