An international exhibition project 'Peter the Great. Collector, Scholar, Artist' has gathered 200 rare and valuable pieces of art from the collections of the Moscow Kremlin Museums and the largest museums of Russia and Europe.
The era of Peter the Great has been traditionally associated in the public mind with major government and administrative reforms, the establishment of the regular army and navy, victories in the Great Northern War and radical transformations in the life of the Russian society. To a much lesser extent, Peter I is known as the patron of sciences and arts, a collector, and founder of the first Russian public museum.
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Tickets are available online beforehand, at ticket windows or via touch-sensitive terminals in the museums' ticket office in Alexander Garden and in the Armoury Chamber on the day of the visit.
The exhibition catalogue and souvenirs are on sale at the Exhibition Hall of the Assumption Belfry, Museum shops opposite the Patriarch's Palace, in the Alexander Garden, Armoury Chamber, in the Annunciation and Assumption cathedrals.
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General sponsor of the exhibition – Transneft PJSC
Original author and producer – Elena Borisova
Art director – Oksana Kisilenko
Animation – Alexander Nikolaev
Composer – Victor Karzalov (GR8)