The cemetery is outside the walls of the convent and a few blocks away from the metro. It is an honour for those who are buried in this cemetery, mainly those with great contributions to Russia. The whole place feels like a sculpture museum than a cemetery. The only thing is if you don't read / understand Russian, you would not know who is buried in each. If you are not with a tour guide, you would not know the story and history behind each grave. I manage to eavesdrop from a few tour guides. And there are many group tours in the place. I would say the cemetery is a must visit. Entrance is free and FREE toilet by the entrance.
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