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莫斯科克里姆林宫钻石馆

The Diamond Fund of the Moscow Kremlin is a unique collection of historical monuments, works of jewelry, rare specimens of precious stones, precious metals nuggets.

The history of its creation begins with the decree of Peter I (1719), according to which for a special storage of “state-owned things” a special room was allocated, which later was named the Diamond Room.

State regalia, insignia, and ceremonial jewelry were concentrated in here. Members of the imperial family wore them on special occasions. One of the most interesting exhibits is a large imperial crown, created for the coronation of Catherine II in 1762. This masterpiece of jewelry is adorned with almost 5,000 diamonds and 75 pearls. The museum also presents modern jewelry.

In the collection of gold nuggets, you can see interesting and bizarre in shape creations of nature, such as, for example, “Hare’s ears,” “Mephisto” and “The Big Triangle”. The collection replenished both during the reign of the Romanov dynasty and in Soviet times.

珍宝馆

克里姆林宫不愧为一座大型博物馆和艺术的殿堂。宫中原有一个大武器库,1720年,彼得大帝将其改建成博物馆。馆内收藏着许多珍贵文物,有历代沙皇用过的物品、美术工艺品,以及掠夺而来的战利品。这里的皇冠、神像、十字架、盔甲、礼服和餐具无不镶满宝石,仅福音书封面就嵌有26千克黄金,以及无以数计的宝石;哥登诺大帝的金御座上则镶有两千颗宝石。信步宫中宛如目睹沙皇奢侈的生活。

Opened daily  10:00 – 18:10, day off – Thursday. Sessions are held with the intervals of 20 minutes, the last session begins at 17:20.
Break time: 13:00 – 14:00.

开门时间:10点至18:10

周二休息天每一20分钟开始游览,最后17:20分开始

Available dayli. 每日开门。

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