Irkutsk City tour

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Route: Irkutsk
Duration: 2 h

You will enjoy the history of the city of Irkutsk, the wooden center of the Eastern Siberia, during the walking city tour of this unique old city, you will see such monuments as Spasskaya church, Znamenskiy (Omen) monastery, Bogoyavlenskiy (Epiphany) cathedral (1718), Kharlampievskaya church (where admiral Kolchak, the supreme ruler of Siberia, had his wedding), the famous Siberian wooden houses, Museum of Arts, City Bank, a monument of Alexander III, the White House, the National Museum of History, Drama Theatre, Kirov Square, Lenin and Karl Marx streets.

Price: per person

Price: 30.00 EUR
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