Klin - a city of regional subordination in the
Moscow region, the administrative center of the city district Klin.
It is a town of military prowess. Population - 79,168 people.
Travel Destinations in Klin
Tourist Information Center, Sovetskaya Square, Torgovie Ryady
(Shopping raws) (in the premises of the Klin Merchant Exhibition, in
the center of the Torgovie Ryady, near the entrance arch).
email@example.com ☎ +7 (49624) 2-63-91. Visitors can book themed
tours of Klin, as well as view photographs and posters of the 19th
century on the theme “Merchant Wedge".
Sovetskaya (Soviet) or Sobornaya (Cathedral) Square The
historical center of the city is the Soviet (former Cathedral)
Square, on which several objects are worth seeing.
arcades of the 19th century. Trinity Cathedral,
Sovetskaya Square, 18. ☎ +7 (49624) 2-37-41. In Soviet times, the
building of the cathedral was used as a public dining room and a
house of culture, because of which the cathedral reached our days in
a heavily rebuilt form. The cathedral complex also includes the bell
tower and the Resurrection Church, located literally a few meters
from the Trinity Cathedral. The house of the merchant Mikhailov
(House with a clock), Lenin Street, 1. In tsarist time, a house and
a tea house were located in the house. The turret with the clock was
installed after the revolution, in 1924, as a symbol of the new
time. Post Office, Sovetskaya Square, 1. Pharmacy, Sovetskaya
Square, 11/1. Women's High School, Papivin Street, 1/20.
Around Sovetskaya square In walking distance from the Sovetskaya
Square are located: Assumption Church, street Papivin, 16A. Church of St. Tikhon, Silent
Street, 7. firstname.lastname@example.org ☎ +7 (49624) 3-29-67.
Demyanovo At a distance from the center is the estate
Demyanovo, who has seen many famous people in his lifetime. The
manor received a visit of Queen Catherine II with her eldest
grandson, the future Emperor Alexander I. In honor of this event, a
granite column with a statue of Minerva was installed, which has not
been preserved to this day. A.S. Pushkin this village twice. In
1883, the decaying estate was bought by lawyer V.I. Taneyev, brother
of the composer S.I. Taneyev. From this time on, the manor receives
a second life and becomes a cultural center. Guests at V.I. Taneyev
estate were P.I. Tchaikovsky, A.M. Vasnetsov, K.A. Timiryazev, the
Gnesin sisters. On foot, it is best to get to the estate through the
city park “Sestroretsky” along three pedestrian bridges across the
Sestra River. Only the church of the buildings on the estate was
Assumption Church in Demyanovo. ☎ +7 (49624) 5-80-27. Built in
1746 on the site of burnt wood. In the adjoining cemetery, the
brothers of famous Russian composer Petr, Ippolit and Modest
Tchaikovsky are buried. Here last owner of the estate Demyanovo V.I.
Taneyev is also buried, as well as their family members. The
ruins of the main manor house. It takes a lot of imagination to
imagine how a two-storey spacious house in the style of early
classicism looked like in its best years.
Museum-Reserve, Tchaikovsky Street, 48.
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(49624) 5-81-96, +7 (49624) 2-10-50. 10:00 - 18:00, ticket office
until 17:00, weekends: Wednesday and Thursday. 250 rubles.
Klin Museum of Local History, Gagarin Street, 37/1 (entrance at
the corner of the house, from Gagarin Street). ☎ +7 (49624) 2-63-91,
+7 (49624) 2-81-69. Wed – Sun 10:00 - 17:00, weekends: Monday,
Tuesday. 70 rubles. Museum of
Christmas Toys "Klinskoe Compound", Staroyamskaya Street, 4
(entrance from the courtyard through the gate). firstname.lastname@example.org ☎ +7
(49624) 2-40-34. Tue – Sun 09:00 - 17:30, ticket office until 16:00,
closed: Monday. 320 rubles.
House-Museum A.P. Gaidar, Gaidar Street, 17. ☎ +7 (49624)
2-42-15. Wed – Sun 10:00 - 17:00, weekends: Monday, Tuesday. 70
History of Klin
Klin has been known since 1317. In 1482, it was incorporated into
the Grand Duchy of Moscow with the rest of the Principality of Tver.
Town status was granted in 1781.
Klin was taken by the
Germans briefly during the Battle of Moscow in 1941. The German
occupation lasted from November 23 to December 15, 1941. A short
time later, on December 19, the British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden and the Soviet ambassador to Great Britain Ivan Maysky visited
the town with more than twenty correspondents during Eden's first
diplomatic mission to Moscow.
By plane The nearest airport to Klin is Sheremetyevo. You can
get in transit through Moscow
By train Suburban trains
from Moscow, from the Leningrad station, stop at Klin. In the
opposite direction, commuter trains start in Tver. The most
comfortable and fastest way to get to Klin from Moscow or from Tver
is by the suburban train “Lastochka”, which runs once an hour in
each direction. Travel time on the “Lastochka” from Moscow is a
little less than an hour. Tickets are sold at suburban ticket
offices without a fixed seat. The usual train to get from Moscow is
much longer - one hour and forty minutes, but the ticket is cheaper
and trains are sent more often than the Swallows.
Klin. Suburban ticket offices are located separately from the
station near the stairs to the pedestrian bridge across the road.
The station building, located between the railways, is of particular
historical interest, since it was built according to the design of
the architect K. A. Ton in the middle of the 19th century. There are
cash registers and a toilet. In the same place, between the tracks,
near the descent from the pedestrian bridge, passengers are met by a
bust of P. I. Tchaikovsky.
By car On the
Leningradskoye M10 highway, the 86th kilometer from Moscow. Klin is
also located on the Moscow Regional Ring Road A108. At 15 kilometers
to the east it crosses the toll road M11.
By bus 2 Klin
Bus Station, st. Karl Marx, d. 1. ☎ +7 (49624) 21237. 05: 00—22: 00.
Intercity bus routes: 437 Moscow (m. River Station) - Klin
Transportation around the city The internal transport network
of Klina is represented by buses and route taxis.