Manege Central Exhibition Hall

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If you are on Mokhovaya Ulitsa (Mokhovaya Street), a very central street right next to the Kremlin, you cannot miss the Manege, an 1817 empire style building erected to the order of Emperor Alexander I. The building houses the Manege Central Exhibition Hall, which is part of a museum and expo complex of the same name, also incorporating the New Manege Moscow State Exhibition Hall and the Rabochiy i Kolkhoznitsa Museum and Exhibition Centre. The Central Manege hosts Russian and international modern art shows, including the Moscow Modern Art Biennale.