The Estonian Embassy in Russia is situated in the historical centre of Moscow, very close to the Kremlin, Arbat Square and Conservatoire, in quiet Maly Kislovsky Pereulok. From the very beginning, the Estonian diplomatic representation in Moscow has been working in the same house. The building is an early art nouveau-style town mansion, built in 1903 by architect A. Shcheglov. In the luxurious interior the elements of eclecticism and early art nouveau can be seen: lofty-ceilingc decorated with stucco, chandeliers and marble fireplaces.
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