New Manege Moscow State Exhibition Hall

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Walking past the Manege, continue down Mokhovaya Ulitsa (Mokhovaya Street) towards the Bolshoi Theatre until you reach Georgievsky Pereulok (Georgievsky Lane), where you will find a legendary central Moscow landmark: the city's very first electric power plant, designed by architect Vladimir Sher, a cousin of Fyodor Dostoyevsky, and built in 1888. The building currently houses the New Manege Exhibition Hall, a venue for all kinds of events and exhibitions, from folk arts and crafts shows to master classes.