Where to do a photo shoot in Moscow
The photo session is a very pleasant and useful activity. In the process, you can get many positive emotions and, ultimately, a memory permanently printed on paper. Where to do a photo shoot in Moscow, this question often arises in the guests of the capital, but sometimes even experienced photographers and models do too. The best landscapes for photos in Moscow, where there is a great diversity of these sites, and if your goal is to embody a beautiful romantic story, then, as a place, you must choose one of the beautiful palace complexes. To help you prepare this selection of Moscow properties, we tell you what are the places for photo shoot in Moscow.
The Arkhangelskoye Mansion
The Ostankino Mansion
The Kolomenskoye Reserve Museum
The Izmaylovo Kremlin
The Gorenka Mansion
State Museum “Ostafievo”
The Mansion «Serednikovo»
The Valuyevo Mansion
The Bykovo Mansion
The Altufevo Mansion “
The farm “Gorki Leninskie”
The Arkhangelskoye Mansion
The Arkhangelskoye estate is a beautifully preserved palace and park complex from the late 18th century. Although this chronology is not entirely true, since some buildings of the estate were built in the nineteenth century and even early twentieth.
The Arkhangelskoye property is known primarily for the magical beauty of the whole of both the palace and the park. Only ten kilometers from Moscow is one of the pearls of the culture of the world park.
The former property of the Yusupov princes, located on the banks of the Moskva River, occupies an extraordinary place among similar suburban buildings. The garden art and the park of “Arkhangelsk” are combined with an excellent decorative design of interior spaces and a magnificent architecture. The manor house gives an idea of the magnificent Roman villas and the luxurious French castles with their green meadows, numerous marble statues, terraces and sheer alleys.
The “Arkhangelsk” perfectly revealed the characteristics of various artistic styles, united by a classical base. Well preserved not only the park environment, but also numerous architectural structures. Today, the farm is divided into 2 parts, the largest of which is surrounded by a protected fence, whose entrance is paid. The other part, where the Apollo grove and the Gonzaga Theater are located, is open to all visitors free of charge.
The “Ostankino” Mansion (under restoration)
The Ostankino mansion “is one of the attractions of the capital.
It is a state museum, in the territory of the former Moscow estate of the Sheremetev counts.
In the mansion you can see the following attractions:
The Trinity temple that gives life in Ostankino is one of the oldest buildings in this place. In 1678 this stone church was built on the site of a previously standing wooden one.
The front yard;
The amusement park and the landscape.
All these attractions are objects of the cultural heritage of the Russian Federation.
The entrance fee is 20-160 rubles.
The Kuskovo estate is a unique architectural and artistic complex of the 18th century, one of the residences
most beautiful aristocratic of the Russian Empire. So far, about 20 unique architectural monuments of this mansion have fallen, including the Great Stone Greenhouse, the Grotto, the Palace, the old church and many others.
Visitors can walk along the beautifully preserved French park with sculptures of
marble, original pavilions and ponds. The center of the architectural complex is the magnificent Palace, which retained the original design and rich interior decoration. The facade is decorated with 3 columns of portico; the central pediment is full of elegant wood carvings, which surround the monogram “PS” under the crown of the count, the side porches are decorated with carved military attributes.
It consists of 3 parts: the dam with the zoo, the English park “Guy” and the French park with the main architectural complex.
It is located in the southwest of Moscow and is the famous green recreation area of the capital.
In the vast territory of the park, which was in the possession of boyarda Vorontsov, who lived in the sixteenth century, has survived several unique buildings of the eighteenth century: the Trinity Church, two locks and two wings of the estate, gates and Vigilance tower.
It is interesting that the park was a secret plant that was moved by the first Russian plane, where in 1920, here was a biological research station.
In the twentieth century, the farm was in terrible condition but was restored in 2006. There are many playgrounds, where there are attractions for children of different ages. In the park there are beautiful ponds, in the summer season, children can frolic on the surface of the water with a special bowl. Horse riding enthusiasts can ride horses or ponies. A great advantage of this park is the provision of discounts for large families. There is also a cafeteria with very reasonable prices.
In winter, the ice rink runs in the park, which is open from Monday to Friday from 12:00 to 22:00, and on weekends from 9:00 to 23:00.
The Kolomenskoye Reserve Museum
Kolomenskoye Park (Kolomenskoye Museum-Reserve) is one of the capital’s museums.
The museum-reserve has a history, architecture and a unified natural landscape of the state of Moscow was established in 2005 on the basis of the Kolómenskoye Museum-Reserve, it is one of the most famous metropolitan museums. For today, the museum’s reserve consists of four historical territories:
1. The ancient Kolomenskoye village near Moscow and the buildings of the Sovereign Court, a wooden architecture museum, an old garden and a park (14th-19th centuries).
2. Monuments in the territory of the “Izmailovo” estate (17th-19th centuries).
3. The palace and park complex “Lefortovo” (18th century.).
4. The historical and cultural and natural complex of the NA house. Durasova in Lublin (early 19th century).
On May 15, 2008, the Museum of Wooden Architecture was inaugurated in Kolomenskoye. There are incredible and unique archaeological monuments, for example, Djakovo Hillfort.
The territory of the museum “Kolomenskoye” is considered a valuable national landscape, where they preserved the ancient natural relief and flora. An important part of the territory is occupied by large parks, high hills, picturesque ravines and the water surface of the Moscow River. This is a unique nature reserve with monuments of archeology, history, architecture and nature, located in the center of Moscow.
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The Museum-Reserve “Tsaritsyno” is not only a museum complex, it is one of the most beautiful places not only in Moscow but also in Russia. Unfortunately, some buildings were lost at different times. The restoration of the complex began in the late 1960s, but then it was not finished. Only in the 1990s began large-scale restoration work, which was almost complete, which managed to finish only in 2007.
The Tsaritsyno reserve includes architectural monuments and a landscape park. From the architectural monuments in the territory of the manor house are:
The Tsaritsyn Grand Palace, 1786-1796.
Small palace (semicircular) and hill pyramid: an interesting monument of park art of the 18th century.
The Middle Palace (Opera House) 1776-1778.
Figurative door (grape).
Arch Arcade 1784-1785.
The Great Bridge over the ravine (Gothic Bridge) is a masterpiece of bridge construction.
Figurative bridge, built in 1776-1778.
Avalorsky buildings (three buildings of the 19th century)
The temple of the icon of the Mother of God “The life-giving spring” of 1772.
Bread House (kitchen building), is the largest building.
Greenhouse and greenhouse bridge.
“Temple of Ceres” gazebo and grotesque bridges.
The Tsaritsynsky landscape park was placed in the distant 1775 and to this day, as all the time, people admire its beauty. But local ponds deserve special attention.
The collections of the Tsaritsyno museum are very rich. The art collections of the complex began to form long before the opening of the complex. To date, there are more than 30,000 exhibits in museum and warehouse exhibitions.
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The Izmaylovo Kremlin
The Kremlin in Izmaylovo is a unique cultural and entertainment complex, the hobby in which it will be interesting for the whole family.
Fans will appreciate the incredibly beautiful architectural ensemble, dotted with flaky roofs of multicolored towers. It is built according to the preserved drawings of pre-Petrine times and is a model of Russian architecture of the 17th century.
For fans of cultural tourism, in the territory of the history museum of the Kremlin of vodka and other interesting museums are the museums of bread, Russian toys, the Russian naval base, Museum of Miniatures “History of the World in plasticine” and the Museum Chocolate
The creative nature of all ages can visit the workshops located in the Kremlin, such as the ceramic workshop, forging, toy making, soap making, baking and decorating gingerbread, shokoladovarenie, a master class Doorbell The most interesting classes will leave many pleasant impressions for children and adults.
On “Opening Day in Izmaylovo” there was a rich souvenirs and handmade gifts. Here dolls, original products of the author are sold from birch bark, tapestries, amber, national costumes, souvenirs of Zhostovo Horodetsky toys and much more. Today Vernissage in Izmaylovo is the world’s largest exhibition fair for national creativity products. The weekends are for collectors and vintage lovers, the flea market also works. It is impossible to pass and not be spoiled with a small thing from the last century. Its new owners are waiting for decorations from past eras, retro toys, porcelain figurines, antique furniture, books and even agitation posters. Painting fans can take a walk through the alley of painting.
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The Gorenka Mansion
The Gorenka Mansion is different from all other historical places in the Moscow region due to its scale. It is located in the modern city of Balashikha, it is famous for its rich history.
At first glance, you can pay attention to the scale of the buildings. I just don’t understand why there is more ancient classical Romanism or the magnificent French style of the time of the enlightened monarchy. The architect was obviously doing the work on a large scale, and it was not in vain, because the original architectural forms, combined with a reflective landscape, fell in love with the young Russian emperor Peter II. In the summer, he practically did not leave Gorenka. The owners of this mansion were eminent nobles and the richest people in pre-revolutionary Russia.
Another last feature of the property that is difficult to approve was the first Botanical Society of Russia. Here in 1809, nurseries and greenhouses were divided into a huge area. The collection of flora collected on the farm was famous throughout Europe. A total of more than 3 thousand plants adapted to the climate of Russia.
Time was ruthless for Gorenka. The property is hopelessly dilapidated, some decoration elements, both internal and external, cannot be restored. The architectural complex is protected by the state. However, even years of stagnation cannot hide visitors from the ancient grandeur of Gorenka.
State Museum “Ostafievo”
It is one of the places of interest of the capital. An incredible monument of Russian culture of farms built in the 19th century and one of the centers of cultural life in Russia. In the time of the teacher of the poet of Ostafyev, Prince P.A. Vyazemsky, were Pushkin, Zhukovsky, Griboedov, Gogol, Boratynsky and Mickiewicz on the farm. Here, N. Karamzin wrote his work “The history of the Russian state”.
To date, only the main buildings of the mansion have survived. The manor house was founded in 1806, presumably in accordance with the design of the architect of the M. Kazakov school in the style of classicism. To this day there is an alley of linden trees, called “Russian Parnassus”. From 1911 to 1913, the last owner of the manor house was S.D. Sheremetev was the one who placed the monuments of the garden park at Pushkin, Karamzin, Vyazemsky, Zhukovsky.
Restoration works are underway now. But, despite this, the park and the museum are open to visitors.
You can visit the following exhibitions: “The Wonder of the Future”; “The museum that Russia lost”; “What a day, a new gift” and the medal cabinet, where the exhibition “300 years of history of the medal in Russia”
The manor of Tsar “Izmailovo” has a date of roots dating back to the fourteenth century and originally belonged to the old Izmailov boyarda, and is now an old noble estate of Moscow.
The dynasty of the czars of the Romans gave their ancestral status to Ivan the Terrible. It is hard to believe, but Izmailovsky Island was man-made; created by decree of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich, during whose reign in Izmailovo was built zoo, where he demonstrated the fauna and galleries have been created with a maze, lots of green pavilions and flower gardens, and unique greenhouses that grow watermelons and melons extravagant
Until now, the main building of the mansion, the wonderful pavilions of the park and the restored Pokrovskaya church building have been preserved. The uniqueness of excursions to Izmailovsky is that, instead of traditional excursions, local workers regularly perform interesting theatrical performances. It should be noted that for nature lovers, walking through the Izmailovo forest will bring many positive emotions.
The Mansion «Serednikovo»
The mansion “Serednikovo” is one of the places of interest of the capital. Previously it was the property of Vsevolozhskys and Stolypins. The estate is one of the most famous places in Lermontov in Russia.
The “Serednikovo” mansion is an example of architectural and park architecture in the style of Russian classicism. The real estate complex includes:
Main house with gazebo.
Four two-story wings, which are connected to the main house by colonnades.
The church of St. Alexis.
“Barsky Pond”, in which there are two small islets.
The landscape park, from which the pond is accessed, is a white stone stair ramp and several bridges, thrown through the ravine.
Now the Sunday school operates on the property. Several exhibitions are taking place here. The property complex is rented for weddings and other vacations.
On the farm television series were filmed as “Poor Nastia” (years 2003-2004), the films “school closed” “server” (2005), “Notes promoter of the Secret Chancellery” (years 2009 and 2010). The landscape of the films was maintained and with its help the exhibition complex “Kinogorod Piligrim Porto” was founded.
The Mansion «Valueyevo»
The property of Valueyevo, appeared in the fourteenth century, since the seventeenth century, received its name from its owner, the family representative, deacon Gregory Valueyevo. Many famous people lived during the existence of the estate, for example, the statesman count and manuscript collector Alexei Ivanovich Musin-Pushkin. By the way, much of what Count Musin-Pushkin saw in the Mansion can be seen so far as chimneys, parts of sculptures, moldings and figures of lions made of stone.
Valuyevo property is an extraordinary and very famous place. The well-known film “My affectionate and affectionate beast” was filmed in the territory of this mansion. This property does not have a different size. The farmhouse combines all the buildings used for a comfortable life and rest; the house where the owners of the farm are located, the hunting lodge, the cattle yards, the entire waterfall of ponds and incredible landscapes.
In the territory of the Valuyevo estate you will enjoy not only the contemplation of the estate itself, but also your stay in nature.
The Bykovo Mansion
Contrary to established opinion, Bykovo is not just the old Moscow airport. “Bykovo” was a very beautiful and famous estate in the past, built by the favorite of Catherine II, the governor general of Moscow, Izmailov. All buildings are designed in the style of Masonic architecture, to the order of which Mikhail Izmailov belonged.
The main attraction of the property is the two-story church that has been preserved since the late 18th century. The lower floor looks like an ordinary church with square columns, low arches and windows. Above the roof of the church towers are two towers, one of which was equipped with 7 bells; the largest of which weighed almost 2 tons, in the other there was a tower clock. At the end of the 19th century, a large bell tower was built nearby, which was successfully combined in the overall architectural complex.
The original version of the palace itself was not preserved, it was restored in the old place on the top of the hill by the architect of Simon in 1856. From the main entrance to the park is the main staircase, the circumferences of the entrance ramps to the sides.
The Altufevo Mansion
The Altufevo mansion together with the Church of the Exaltation Cross is an architectural monument of the 17th – 19th centuries in the north of Moscow.
There aren’t many real estate parks, there are old trees, but the park, most likely, has already gone down in history. From the main manor house there are only wineries and fragments of the walls of the first floor. On the remaining walls, the style of pseudo-Russian eclecticism is guessed. During the Soviet era, the Belvedere Tower, which had been standing here since 1851, was lost.
But in the territory of the manor house there is a surviving church of Krestovozdvizhenskaya, printed on the emblem of the capital’s Lianozovo district. The temple belonged to a rare type of ecclesiastical architecture “under the bells”, where the jingle ring is built on the temple premises. Churches of this type were built at the end of the 15th century.
From the farm buildings on the farm we obtained only one brewery; Slightly rebuilt in the Soviet era and a dependency with wineries from the 18th – 19th centuries.
The farm “Gorki Leninskie”
It is a museum reserve, which still pleases visitors with historical exhibits and the beauty of local nature. It is not difficult to get here, it is 10 km from MKAD. The reservation is open every day, a walk through the well-kept park with clean ponds and alleys is absolutely free.
The entrance door is a well-known monument of the Soviet era with a complete collection of manuscripts, posters and other things from that era.
The stone manor house was built here in the 18th century; then it went to the family of the noble Salvador. Later in 1909, the estate was bought by the widow of the manufacturer Savva Morozova – Zinaida. After that, the main building was rebuilt in neoclassical style; a loggia, a glazed porch and even a winter garden appeared.
The Lenin hills were built right on the hill, from where a beautiful view of the Turovka river opens with parks and pavilions.
Since 1918, Vladimir Ilich came to rest here, and after that he stayed to live on the farm. At his request, the interior remains as in the Morozova days, so today, visiting the “Gorki Leninskiye”; You can experience the atmosphere of the 19th-20th centuries.
Now the main building of the manor house, as well as the north wing of the building is open to visitors as a museum. In the carriage yard you can see the leader’s famous car: the Rolls-Royce “Silver Ghost”.
Monuments and sculptures are placed throughout the territory of the “Gorki Leninskie” estate; and you can visit the house of Vladimir Ilich, not far away, in which the museum’s exhibition is open.
In the Northwest Administrative District of Moscow is one of the less famous noble estates of the capital. Here, in the shade of the trees, is the manor house of Countess Ekaterina Stroganova. The house, lost between the Moscow ring road and the Tushino shipyards; It has long become a favorite recreational place for local residents.
The skyscrapers of Moscow, which move away; they left this monument of the architecture of classicism and landscape art in the depths of the metropolis. The stately park with powerful oaks; Pine trees and magnificent lime trees is an ideal place to walk, and the recently renovated palace is for visitors.
The park is divided into the classic English style, the design of the house is made in accordance with the canons of the stately estate of Russia. Almost all buildings have survived to this day and; When you come here for a walk, you can see the almost original aspect in which this mansion was built in the early nineteenth century. In addition to the teacher’s house, the Church of the Intercession, 2 stately bridges and 5 manor houses were preserved.
Marfino’s mansion is an original monument of Russian architecture from the 18th – 19th centuries. The Marfino moment became famous not only for its palace and park complex; but also for the theatrical performances and the magnificent receptions held in the palace.
The estate received its name due to Prince Boris Golitsyn; who immortalized the name of his tragically dead daughter with the title. Throughout the years of its existence; The property has experienced several periods of prosperity, which undoubtedly affected its appearance. In the buildings of the manor house there are combined organic forms of classicism with some elements of pseudo-Gothic.
The Marfin Palace, admires its originality to this day, emerges sharply in the eyes of the traveler. Small pointed towers, jagged ridges, lancet windows make it look like a European castle from the Middle Ages. Instead of the traditional for those times, the owners of the front yard of the manor house broke a large pond in front of the palace; to which the white stone staircase descends elegantly.
The stone bridge attracts the most attention to itself. Its central part is a solid red brick wall; whose upper part has a gallery covered with 20 columns of white stone. Previously, the bridge was the main entrance to the estate.
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