Chamberlain Lane

  • Moscow, Russia
  • Chamberlain Lane, Moscow 
    The first mention of the Chamberlain lane arise in the sixteenth century, when between it and the George Lane originated convent. In those years, the Chamberlain lane lived political elite of the country. One of the brightest representatives of local residents of the time - the first wife of Ivan the Terrible Anastasia Romanova.

    The name of Chamberlain Lane got through three homeowners who lived here in the late nineteenth century. They all wore the title of Chamberlain - court rank high rank.

    Since 1998, Chamberlain lane closed to traffic completely pedestrian. Here one can see many historic buildings, most of which are listed in the category of monuments.
    • attractions
      • Cultural objects

Sights nearby

Restaurant "Tamerlane" in Moscow
Moscow Art Theatre Chekhov
Museum at the Moscow Art Theatre
Monument APChehovu
House Writers' Cooperative №2 in Moscow
Restaurant "Ancient China"
Museum of Prokofiev in Moscow
Cafe "Chekhov"
St George's Lane
Profitable House Obukhov in Moscow
Coffee Coffeeshop Company in Moscow
Savvinskaya farmstead in Moscow
Chamber Shubin in Moscow
New Arena
Complex tenements A. Mikhailov
Profitable House Zhivago
Restaurant "Yaposha"
Central Telegraph
The building of the former hotel "Russia"
State Academic Theatre "Moscow Operetta"
Building Yermolova Theatre
The house Unions
Russian State Library of Arts
Profitable House VS Zasetskii
Bar Cuba Libre

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