The virtual exhibition tells about the rarest royal carriages of the Russian sovereigns from the principal collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums. Due to its originality and entirety, the Kremlin collection is globally renowned. It occupies one of the first positions among the most significant collections of the world.
The virtual exhibition is devoted to the Easter presents from the House of FabergÃ© that for more than 70 years embellish the exposition of the Russian treasury â€“ the Armoury chamber. It is based on the catalogue 'FabergÃ©. Easter Presents' of Tatiana Muntyan, research scientist of the Moscow Kremlin Museums and conservator of the FabergÃ© collection.
The virtual exhibition is dedicated to the imperial coronations that were held at the Moscow Kremlin in the 18th -19th centuries.
The "Regalia of Russian Tsars" is a virtual exhibition of the exhibition series, linked to the Russian Romanov House. The first exhibition of the series is "Arsenal of Russian Tsars" (at the moment it is available in the Russian language). The present exhibition includes three info sections and two subject catalogues.
Childhood is the major period in human development. It is the time when the character, habits, outlook, taste and other individual peculiarities of a child are intensively formed. In childhood we learn the world around us by exploring different things, which constitute our life. Children's toys, books, photographs, portraits and clothing usually take on special significance and play a very important role during the individual's formation.
You are welcome to make a visit to a virtual exhibition, dedicated to a theme of the Russian tableware and tradition of table setting and serving. The display, based on articles from the Moscow Kremlin Museums' collection, reveals main types of utensils which were widespread in everyday life of Russian people and Royal family in the XVIth-XVIIth centuries. Each article will impress you with a beauty of their materials and delicate workmanship.
You are welcome to make a visit to a new virtual exhibition "Visit to the Armoury Chamber of the second half of the XIXth century", created on the basis of the unique photographs of incalculable value. The visitors are to see a vivid illustration of the Armoury exposition and its precious items, executed by remarkable makers in the second half of the XIXth century and preserved in the Moscow Kremlin Museums.