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Victory Park

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Victory Park

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Bratyev Fonchenko st., 7, Moscow 121170 Russia
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Park PobedyMoscow Metro8 min
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Save time and money and skip the lines at Moscow's best attractions with a Moscow CityPass. Valid for one, two, three, or five days, the pass offers you free entrance to 40 attractions throughout the Russian capital, including the Kremlin, State Historical Museum, and Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines, as well as tours by boat, bus, or foot. Explore Moscow at your own pace and to your own interests. Includes a guidebook and map.
USD 74.30 per adult
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Alliohna wrote a review Sep. 2020
288 contributions210 helpful votes
A huge park devoted to the heroes of wars, very nicely designed with fountains and statues. It was very quiet when we came there, very clean and tidy too.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Puha P wrote a review Aug. 2020
Moscow, Russia2,141 contributions112 helpful votes
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Constructed in honour of Russia’s victory in the Great Patriotic War (World War II), Park Pobedy offers powerful reminders of Russia’s suffering during the war as well as providing views over the skyscrapers of Moscow. The entrance to the park is marked by a long promenade surrounded by fountains, which leads up to a 142-meter high obelisk covered in representations of scenes from the war. Behind the obelisk there’s also a war memorial museum and further on down the hill an exhibition of tanks, war planes and other heavy weaponry. Beyond that the park stretches on into the forest and down towards a tributary of the Moscow River. It’s great for history buffs and also those who enjoy vast green spaces. Amazing place to walk around!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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WhiteMouseBurrow wrote a review Aug. 2020
Moscow, Russia2,343 contributions36 helpful votes
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A large park combining several large areas: a huge alley of fountains, a large museum complex, a large forest with shady alleys. On the territory of the park, in addition to the museum, there are: an Orthodox church, a synagogue and a mosque, and soon there will be a Buddhist temple. You can choose from a variety of cafes to your taste. Since the area is large, you can rent a velomobile, bicycle, rollers.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Richard Whitebread wrote a review Feb. 2020
Wokingham, United Kingdom127 contributions47 helpful votes
Very sensitively organised museum presenting many facets of WW2 lies at the heart of this gigantic modern park just outside centre of Moscow. I paid my 300rub and spent a happy 2 hours moving from room to room soaking up modern Russian history. Spend time in the dioramas- they are really engaging. Also, there is a scene from Berlin which is stunning. I did not pay 100rub to visit outside exhibits - one for next time. I walked from Park Pobedy metro (at 84m it is deepest in Moscow) on yellow line to museum then on to Minskaya metro to make easy trip. Lots of good photos. Plenty of cafes and toilets on way.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Logie66 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Bedfordshire, United Kingdom136 contributions72 helpful votes
When we visited this park was decorated for the New Year festivities. The park was full of enormous ice sculptures, a performance stage and a plethora of christmas trees and lights. Amazin evening spent here.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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