Nice park in Moscow, not so crowded as Gorky one and wilder, worth to see historical places and recent reconstruction of old tsars log palace in southern part of park, nice walk along ond of the Moscova river meanders.
You can eat salishs (Russian brochettes) in any of the wooden huts at the main gate.
Visiting the rooms of log palace doe not worth ticket price. Most of the things are recently built, as it is common in Russian museums you will hardly find any explanation in any language different from Russian. Better visit historical buildings in northern part, including Peter the Great summer hut.
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