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Lenin’s Mausoleum

Situated in the Red Square of Moscow, Lenin's mausoleum currently serves as the resting place of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin.

His preserved body has been displayed for the public since shortly after his death in 1924.

Nearby Attractions

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Saint Basil's Cathedral
Saint Basil's Cathedral is an Orthodox church in Red Square of Moscow and it is one of the most popular cultural symbols of Russia.
The Kremlin
Located in the oldest part of the city, The Kremlin is a fortification erected on the left bank of the Moskva river.
Red Square
The Red Square is considered the central square of Moscow since all major streets originate here. It was meant to serve as Moscow's main marketplace.
Gum
It's one of the most iconic shopping malls facing Moscow's Red Square. Its name means 'main department store' and it was built between 1890 and 1893.
State Historical Museum
The State Historical Museum exhibits from relics of prehistoric tribes that lived on the territory of present-day Russia, to priceless artworks acquired by the Romanov dynasty.
Metropol Hotel
It was built in 1899–1907 in Art Nouveau style in the centre of Moscow, and it's notable as the largest extant hotel built before the Russian Revolution of 1917.

Related Tours

The Best of Moscow Live Virtual Tour
We’re all missing different things during this challenging year and amongst the raft of restrictions? Travel

Are you wondering when you will be able to travel overseas again or thinking about your next destination? Have you had to postpone or cancel a much anticipated holiday this year? Has your next vacation planning been put on hold due to these uncertain times? 

If you are feeling the same itch to reach for your passport and hop on a flight anywhere, we have the perfect solution!

At Travel Curious we have launched Live Virtual Tours globally to help ease the struggle and bring you closer to the destinations you would love to visit in the future, or virtually take you to places you've been before and that you would like to see one more time.

On this Live Virtual Tour, we will take you to Moscow, a city where can travel through ages just walking through the streets. You will admire the beauty of ancient Russian architecture, and places that keep the unique Russian style, original and exceptional while hearing the stories of your local guide.

On this Private “The best of Moscow Live Virtual Tour" you will discover: 

  • Red Square
  • Lenin’s Mausoleum
  • Saint Basil’s Cathedral
  • State Historical Museum
  • The Kremlin
  • GUM Department Store
  • Kazan Cathedral
  • Zaryadye Park
  • Nikolskaya street
  • Metropol Hotel
  • Bolshoi Theatre
  • The former KGB building
  • Stalin's skyscraper

IMPORTANT

  • This experience will be broadcasted live from the location, no Powerpoint presentations are involved.
  • The Live Virtual Tour will be on the platform Zoom, and you will receive a link in your email to gain access.
  • The recording of the tour will be available for all participants to keep for the future.
  • It's designed as a private experience for you and your group. Each person can be connected from one device.
  • The tour will be private for a small group of 10 people. If your party is larger, please contact us for a customized tour. Send us an email to reservations@travelcurious.com
  • Date and Time may be affected by weather conditions to guarantee the best experience.
  • Please note the start times are expressed in local time so take into consideration the time difference with your location.
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