In Vladivostok, there are many historical monuments, which will be interesting to see for all the guests of the city. One of them is the Primorsky State Joint Museum named after V.K. Arsenyev. This is one of the oldest museums in Primorsky Krai, which was founded in 1884 and occupies a beautiful building in the center of the city. Within the walls of the museum there are ethnographic and archaeological expositions, a rich ornithological exhibition, a geological exposition, extensive collections of art objects and a series of mobile temporary exhibitions.
The formation of the cultural traditions of Vladivostok was seriously influenced by the neighboring eastern states. Today in the city streets you can find an incredible number of restaurants … Open
Those who do feel indifferent towards sea elements will be interested in visiting the memorial "The submarine S-56", which is located on the embankment of Vladivostok. This landmark is part of the memorial "Battle of Glory of the Pacific Fleet". In the fleet there were about thirty such boats, six of which received the Guard’s rank. Vladivostok Fortress is also the location of a very interesting museum. Here is a collection of guns that were used to equip the coast defense of the Pacific Fleet. In total there are more than twenty museums and galleries in the city that introduce visitors to the industrial and military past of the city, as well as the culture and traditions of locals.
There are also important architectural monuments in Vladivostok, the examination of which will also give a lot of impressions. An invaluable masterpiece of architectural art is the building of the railway station. Its construction began in 1893, but progressed extremely slowly. Twenty years later, it was decided to rebuild the station in the image and likeness of the Yaroslavl station in Moscow. The appearance of the building was constantly changing. During the reconstruction that was completed in 1996, it was as close as possible to the pre-revolutionary one. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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Among the architectural attractions is the interesting Brynner's mansion, which, unlike the railway station, for years of its existence has not changed much. A rather unusual site is the building "Seraya Loshad". Many historical buildings are now converted into hotels and guesthouses. Among them are the hotels "Versal" and "Zolotoy Rog", which occupy incredibly spectacular buildings. Among the ancient religious buildings, the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary is remarkable, the construction of which was completed in 1921. The building was built in the best traditions of the Neo-Gothic style.
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