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Military Equipment & Antique Car Museum

PRIVATE MUSEUM - RETRO CARS & MOTORCYCLES - MILITARY EQUIPMENT

If you are interested in antique cars or maybe want to see what Russian military equipment looked like in the last century, this place is for you. This private "techniki" museum has it all.

The museum was founded by the private collector Vadim Zadorozhniy 10 years ago and has become very popular with Russians.The museum's collection is impressive; retro cars of international brands are exhibited on three floors, several rare and unique models are presented. The military equipment is exhibited outdoors on an area of 3500 sq m (37,7 k sq feet).

The museum is located just outside MKAD, close to some fancy and very popular suburbs, and there are a lot of nice restaurants in this area. It is great to combine a museum visit with a nice lunch at one of these restaurants:
There is also a beautiful park and a former manor house called Archangelskoye nearby which is open as a museum. (http://arhangelskoe.su/).

For the location and link to the museum visit our blog.

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