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by Igor Medvedev
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Foggy Evening Arbat by Igor Medvedev.... more
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Round Beach Towel
Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
Foggy Evening Arbat by Igor Medvedev.
Belongs to the GALLERY RUSSIAN ARTISTS NEW WAVE.
The Old Arbat
The most famous street in Moscow lies to the West of the Kremlin, where its 1.25km span stretches from ploshchad Arbatskaya to ploshchad Smolenskaya. It is one of the oldest roads in the city and was first mentioned as early as 1493, in connection with a fire that started here in the Church of St. Nicholas.
Originally a suburb where traders from the East would arrive with their caravans, in the 18th Century the Arbat became popular with Moscow's intelligentsia and artistic community, who enjoyed frequenting the many cafes and taking strolls along the area's mansion-lined boulevards. Pushkin himself lived here with his wife in house number 53 (the building has since been turned into a museum dedicated to the poet) and Tolstoy resided on the adjoining Kaloshin Lane. In fact Count Fyodor was said to have modelled his famous character Anna Karenina on Maria Gartung...
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