The Old English Court Museum on Varvarka Street on the east side of the Kremlin. Source: russianmuseums.info
The stone mansion of the Old English Court is an architectural monument from the early 16th century located near the Moscow Kremlin on Varvarka Street. Tsarist Russia and Shakespearean England first met here and the history of this building tells the story of trade relations between the two countries, which were especially bold during the reigns of Elizabeth I of England and Ivan the Terrible of Russia.
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“The exposition of the museum is enriched by new documents, antique furniture
Visitors can expect costumed and interactive exhibitions, historical reconstructions and lectures about the life of foreigners in Medieval Russia, Saprykina added.
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