Moscow Planetarium

Moscow, Russia

Moscow Planetarium


The Moscow Planetarium is a planetarium in Moscow. It is the oldest planetarium in Russia. It was built in 1927-1929, by Constructivist architects Mikhail Barsh, Mikhail Sinyavsky, and engineer Georgy Zunblat.

In June 2011, the planetarium was reopened after being closed for 17 years. The building was significantly renovated and expanded, making it, according to the planetarium, the largest planetarium in Europe.

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