The State Russian Museum

Inzhenernaya Street, 4, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 199155

7 812 318 1615

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This sprawling museum set in Mikhailovsky Palace was founded by Nicholas II in 1898 to display Russian art. Today it holds works—many of which were taken from private homes and churches during the Revolution—that range from icons through to 20th-century modern works.

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