MUSEUM LIBRARIES IN MODERN SOCIETY
29.03.2022 - 30.03.2022The Moscow Kremlin Museums invite you to take part in the 19th annual scientific and practical conference Museum Libraries in Modern Society. Theme 2022: Preservation and Maintenance of Stock in Museum Libraries.
Museum Libraries in Modern Society
20.04.2021 - 22.04.2021The Moscow Kremlin Museums invite you to take part in the 18th annual conference Museum Libraries in Modern Society. Theme 2021: Unique Private Funds in Museum's Archival and Library Collections.
Museum Libraries in Modern Society
20.10.2020 - 22.10.2020The Moscow Kremlin Museums invite you to take part in the XVII annual conference Museum Libraries in Modern Society. The 2020 subject of the year: Custodians of Book Collections.
Historical Arms and Armour in Museum and Private Collections
24.10.2017 - 26.10.2017The Moscow Kremlin Museums holds an international scientific conference 'Historical weapons in museum and private collections' in October 2017 to exchange knowledge and information between researchers and discuss a wide range of topics concerning contemporary studies in the field of arms and armor.
Museum Libraries in Contemporary Society
18.04.2017 - 20.04.2017The Moscow Kremlin State Historical and Cultural Museum and Heritage Site invites you to take part in the 14th annual Research-to-Practice Conference 'Museum libraries in Contemporary Society'.
HISTORICAL ARMS AND ARMOUR IN MUSEUM AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
08.11.2016 - 10.11.2016The Moscow Kremlin State Historical and Cultural Museum and Heritage Site invites you to take part in an International scientific conference вЂњHistorical Arms and Armour in Museum and Private CollectionsвЂќ, dedicated to the 210th Anniversary of the Armoury Chamber museum.
The Moscow Kremlin and the Epoch of Boris Godunov
11.11.2015 - 13.11.2015The scientific conference will cover the questions of the Russian history and court culture of the XVIth century.
Cultural Heritage Sites of Russia. Challenges of Preservation and Research
08.10.2015 - 09.10.2015The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and The Moscow Kremlin Museums are pleased to invite you to participate in the conference dedicated to the 25th anniversary of inscription of the Moscow Kremlin and the Read Square into the UNESCO World Heritage List.
RECENT RESTORATION PROJECTSRestoration of the Annunciation Cathedral should be mentioned among the recent restoration projects, made by the Kremlin Museums. During the centuries, the Annunciation Cathedral had been the Moscow Great Princes' and Tzars' home church.
Exposition of the Russian cannons of the XVIIth-early XVIIIth centuryThe exposition, opened in the Kremlin Ivanovskaya Square, near the famous Tsar Cannon, incorporates 14 cannon barrels of the XVIIth-XVIIIth century from the Moscow Kremlin collection.
Restoration of architectural monumentsPreserving the architectural monuments of the Kremlin is one of the most important spheres of activity of the Moscow Kremlin Museums.
Ivan the Great Bell-TowerThe process of restoration of the Ivan the Great Bell-Tower and re-equipment of its interior for the museum purposes lasted for several years and successfully finished in 2008 when a new exposition dedicated to history of the Moscow Kremlin architectural complex was unveiled in its halls.
One-Pillar Chamber of the Patriarch's PalaceIn 2003 the Moscow Kremlin architectural bureau and personnel of the Central Scientific-restoration Workshops launched a project of restoration of the One-Pillar Chamber dated to the XVIIth century. As a part of a great architectural complex of the Patriarch's Palace it was intended to become an exhibition hall upon completion of restoration works.
Moscow Kremlin and Red Square, 25 years in UNESCO
- The ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin and Red Square is a masterpiece of human creative genius and the main symbol of the country. It took more than 500 years to form, reflecting the history of Russian architecture as well as relationship with the European cultural traditions. Architectural monuments of the Moscow Kremlin and Red Square are the finest examples of national architectural school. Moscow Kremlin was the residence of the Greate Princes, then, later the TzarвЂ™s residence. Currently it is the seat of President of the Russian Federation.