4. The scenery of Mosfilm Ideal place for the most unusual selfies and stylized photo shoots. The scenery was created in order to recreate the atmosphere of Moscow in the 19th century in the film "A Horseman named Death." This place was so well liked by other directors that after the shooting of the film the scenery was not disassembled. Now for other filming, they are often transformed into old Berlin, Paris and other European capitals. Well, those who are far from the movie, left a chic place for photo sessions. To go here far enough and long: 4.5 km or 50 minutes. Public transport slightly reduces travel time, only 6 minutes. You can get there by foot from the Sportivnaya metro station - go along the Third Transport Ring, cross the bridge and turn onto Vorobievskoe highway, which will gradually turn into Mosfilmovskaya street. You need an entrance to the Mosfilm Museum, you'll see it from afar. For entrance to the pavilion as part of a group excursion you will have to pay up to 460 rubles. In addition, the museum works only from 14:00 to 17:30. On Monday the Concern is closed. Address: 1, Mosfilmovskaya Str.