10 Sights in Saratov, Russia (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Saratov, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Saratov, Russia.List of cities in Russia Sightseeing Tours in Saratov
1. Саратовский государственный художественный музей им. А. Н. Радищева
The Radishchev Museum in Saratov opened to the public on June 29, 1885. It is supposed to have been Russia's first major public art museum outside Moscow or St. Petersburg. It was founded by Alexey Bogolyubov and named after his grandfather, the 18th-century revolutionary writer Alexander Radishchev. The naming of the museum after the "first Russian revolutionary", Alexander Radishchev, was a direct challenge to the authorities: Bogolyubov had to endure a legal battle to get permission. It was the first art museum in Russia open to everybody. It was opened to the general public seven years earlier than the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and fifteen years earlier than the Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg.
“Lipka” is one of the oldest parks in Saratov, located in the historical center of the city and is its attraction. Located between the streets of Radishchev, Volga, Cathedral and Cathedral Square. Next to the park, the temple was satisfied with my sorrows, the conservatory, the Philharmonic, the monument to N. G. Chernyshevsky, the Dynamo stadium. From the corner of the garden begins the grandmother's outbuilding to the Volga.
3. Национальная деревня народов Саратовской области
The ethnographic complex “National Village of Peoples of the Saratov Region” is an open -air museum located in the Victory Park of the city of Saratov, “makes it possible to get acquainted with national everyday traditions and customs, features of house -building, and learn about outstanding people of the region.”
Wikipedia: Национальная деревня народов Саратовской области (RU)
4. Зоя Анатольевна Космодемьянская
Zoya Anatolyevna Kosmodemyanskaya was a Soviet partisan. She was executed after acts of sabotage against the invading armies of Nazi Germany; after stories emerged of her defiance towards her captors, she was posthumously declared a Hero of the Soviet Union. She became one of the most revered heroines of the Soviet Union.
Pamyatnik Stolypin is a sculptural composition dedicated to the Russian reformer, Prime Minister and Saratov Governor Pyotr Stolypin; is located in Saratov on Stolypin Square. It was opened on April 17, 2002 as part of the celebrations dedicated to the 140th anniversary of the birth of Pyotr Stolypin.
6. Саратовский театр русской комедии
The Saratov Theater of Russian Comedy is one of the young Saratov theaters. From 1998 to 2007, the theater was an independent cultural institution of Saratov. Since 2007, the theater has become a branch of the Saratov Academic Drama Theater named after I. A. Blindov.
7. памятник Дзержинскому Ф.Э.
Pamyatnik Dzerzhinsky is a monument in Saratov on Privokzalnaya Square. It was established on 23 December 1939. Sculptor — Dunduk Pavel Fedorovich, architect — Karpov. In the manufacture of the monument, a pedestal from the monument to Alexander II was used.
8. Троицкий собор
Svyato-Tyitsky Sobor in Saratov-the Orthodox Church, the Cathedral of the Saratov Diocese. Located on Museumnaya Square in the Volzhsky district of the city of Saratov. Trinity Cathedral is a unique monument to the Moscow Baroque for the Saratov Territory.
The "Crane" memorial complex in Sokolova Mountain Victory Park in Saratov City is a monument to Saratov residents who died during the Great Patriotic War from 1941 to 1945. The memorial complex "Crane" is one of the symbols of Saratov.
10. Саратовский государственный академический театр драмы имени И. А. Слонова
The Saratovsk State Academic Drama Theater Imen I. A. Slonov is one of the oldest theaters of the Russian Federation, founded in 1803 in the city of Saratov of the Saratov province of the Russian Empire.
Wikipedia: Саратовский академический театр драмы имени И. А. Слонова (RU), Website
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