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This is a list of museums in Moscow, the capital city of Russia

List

Museums Picture Established Reference
ART4.RU Contemporary Art Museum
2007 [1]
Bakhrushin Museum
1894 [2][3]
Bulgakov Museum in Moscow
2007 [4][5]
Cathedral of the Annunciation
1955 [6][7]
Central Armed Forces Museum
1919 [8][9]
Church of the Deposition of the Robe
1965 [10]
Church of the Twelve Apostles
1918 [11]
Cold War Museum (Moscow) 2006 [12]
Diamond Fund
1967 [13][14]
Fersman Mineralogical Museum
1716 [15][16]
Galeyev Gallery 2006 [17]
Gulag Museum [citation needed]
Institute of Russian Realist Art
2011 [18][19]
Ivan the Great Bell Tower
1991 [20][21]
Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center
2012 [22][23]
Kremlin Armoury
1806 [24][25]
Kremlin Arsenal
1819 [26]
Kuskovo
1919 [27][28]
Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography
2010 [29][30]
The Lumiere Brothers Photogallery
2001 [31][32]
Memorial Museum of Astronautics
1981 [33][34]
Moscow Cat Museum 1993 [35][36]
Moscow Design Museum
2012 [37][38]
Moscow House of Photography
1996 [39][40]
Moscow Museum of Modern Art
1999 [41][42]
Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
2010 [43]
Museum of Calligraphy
2008 [44][45]
Moscow Paleontological Museum
1937 [46][47]
Museum of History of Moscow 1896 [48][49]
Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Moscow
1995 [50][51]
Museum of the Moscow Railway
2011 [52][53]
National Centre for Contemporary Arts
1992 [54][55]
Ostankino Palace
1919 [56][57]
Poklonnaya Hill
1995 [58][59]
Polytechnical Museum
1872 [60][61]
Pushkin Museum
1912 [62][63]
RKK Energiya museum
2008 [64]
Rumyantsev Museum
1831 [65][66]
Russian State Library
1862 [67][68]
Ryabushinsky Museum of Icons and Paintings
2009 [citation needed]
Shchusev State Museum of Architecture
1934 [69][70]
State Historical Museum
1872 [71][72]
Tagansky Protected Command Point
2006 [73][74]
Tretyakov Gallery
1856 [75][76]
Tsaritsyno Park
1984 [77][78]
Vernadsky State Geological Museum
1755 [79][80]
Vlakhernskoye-Kuzminki
1999 [81][82]
Zoological Museum of Moscow University
1791 [83][84]

See also

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