Such a large manor, located on the Moskva River, is very empty, but not many people seem to be particularly quiet. There are no buildings that make people feel very exquisite and tall, but small and exquisite buildings.
I think if you have visited other royal estates in Russia, this place can actually be skipped. The place is large, but there are not many things to see. Its architecture is also very ordinary and there are few people.
This is a large manor, and the transportation is very convenient. It is about a 10-minute walk from the subway station of the same name. You do not need a ticket to visit the manor, but you need to buy a ticket if you want to visit the church or museum inside.
The manor is very big. Although it doesn't have so many exquisite buildings to see in the Tsar Manor, it is more like a park. When we came, it had just snowed and it felt pretty beautiful.
This is a big park, located at the Kolomna station on the green line of the subway. You don't need a ticket to visit the entire park, unless you want to visit the museum inside, it looks very beautiful after snow.