Here you can see old machine-tools, as well as trace how weaving traditions have changed from the 17th century to the present days.
When the revolutionary unrest reached Ivanovo, for the first time in Russia was created the House of the Council.
It is often ranked among the most colorful museums in the Russian hinterland. In an effort to acquaint the residents of Ivanovo with world culture, local entrepreneur Dmitry Burylin founded this museum in 1914.
A church with a truly unique history. There have been many occasions when churches have been converted into warehouses or workshops. The Kazan Church in Ivanovo, on the other hand, was itself built in the building of an old cotton-printing manufactory.