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State Museum of Oriental Art

Nikitskiy Blvd., 12A | Metro Pushkinskaya, Moscow 119019, Russia
+7 495 691-02-12
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Surprisingly good

A fairly extensive collection, well displayed. They seem to be about 25% of the way through a dual... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2017
Bob B
New York City, New York
via mobile
"Eclectic View of Asian Cultures through Art"

I would describe the collection as compact views of Asian Regions in one room. The art of China... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2016
Tucson, Arizona
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Nikitskiy Blvd., 12A | Metro Pushkinskaya, Moscow 119019, Russia
+7 495 691-02-12
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

A fairly extensive collection, well displayed. They seem to be about 25% of the way through a dual language project. Most of the major intro posters and some of the display cards are Russian/English. The exhibits are well worthwhile even without the translations.

Thank Bob B
Reviewed 14 September 2016

I would describe the collection as compact views of Asian Regions in one room. The art of China, Korea, and Japan are housed either in larger rooms or multiple smaller rooms. The regions of South-Eastern Asia, Central Asia and Kazakhstan, the Caucasus, Tibet, Mongolia, India,...More

Thank GranddaddyDom
Reviewed 6 January 2016

We'd planned to spend only around an hour here but ended up staying twice as long. As well as a comprehensive representation from Japan, China, Korea, Tibet & India, there is a really good collection from Iran, which I found fascinating - I have never...More

1  Thank Almostrussian
Reviewed 4 September 2014

We spent a lovely hour and a half here after a nice walk through the park (well its in between two roads) from Arabatskya. Fine collection of art and artefacts, we especially liked the art works and you can buy posters of them in the...More

Thank DollyBirdScotland
Reviewed 7 August 2014

A museum of Eastern culture & history. Divided into parts of Iranian, Chinese, Koraen history. Historical items found in the relevant areas are displayed within each part. Really interesting things can be found inside including paintings, traditional clothes, firearms, ritual religious items, household items etc....More

Thank volkantanriseven
Reviewed 6 January 2014 via mobile

A museum dedicated to oriental art - a very different and fresh museum. Arts from all over asia including : Buddhism, Persia, Caucasus, Mongolia, Korea and many many more. The gallery of Roerich is amazing. The museum is in russian, however.

1  Thank Mati O
Reviewed 18 April 2013

I liked the museum and what it had to offer. Non-Russian speaking tourists might have a problem with temporary exhibitions as they are only marked in Russian, the rest of the museum is marked in both English and Russian. A comprehensive scheme of the museum...More

1  Thank Tinde_K
Reviewed 23 January 2013

small museum in the center of Moscow with a very interesting collection of central- Asia art and artefacts. Plus temporary exhibition: now about Tylos -archeologic history of the Kingdom of Bahrain- very instructive and very well done.

2  Thank Cecile103
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