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Russian State Library

122 Reviews

Russian State Library

122 Reviews
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  • Excellent58%
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  • Average11%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible3%
6 Mar 2019
“FABULOUS!”
28 Oct 2018
“A beautiful Library”
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Vozdvizhenka, 3/5, Moscow 119019, Russia
Boulevard Ring
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This is beautiful if not forgetful architecture here in the city. It is not what I would call a must-see but something To see.
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The Russian's respect learning and know how to create a beautiful building. It's not a tourist attraction, but it was lovely to walk through and feel the knowledge and history in the building.
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We went this magnificent State Library as we wanted to present a book in Russian language containing spiritual teachings of Ramana Maharshi.This imposing building with statue of Dostoyevsky adorns the main entrance.An elderly lady at the office room was kind enough to allow us
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The architecture of this building makes for an interest contrast from the more traditional structures in the vicinity of the Kremlin nearby. This one is more a more modern Soviet style concrete building. The library within is supposedly one of the largest in Europe, which might
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There was nothing too spectacular in this building, other than the fact it houses what is probably the biggest library in Europe. unfortunately, we were not able to visit it, as it was close, so we just took a glimpse at the building itself and its architecture.
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