The National Drama Art and Music Theatre created in 1992 is one of the most interesting and original in Russia. The theatre’s company includes an ethno-folkloric ensemble called “Parma” and who perform... View mapLearn more
The National Gallery opened in Syktyvkar in 1943, but until 1994 it was a branch of the Regional museum and later of the Art museum.
Today the museum collection gathers some 5,000 items including graphic... View mapLearn more
The National Museum of Komi Republic is one of the largest museums of the region. It was created in 1991 on the initiative of ethnographers and animal enthusiasts of the regions.
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The Opera and Ballet Theatre of Komi Republic was created in 1958. The first performance given was Chaikovsky’s “Yevgeni Onegin” opera. The current building of the theatre can host 766 people, it... View mapLearn more
Saint Stefan Cathedral is the centre of the Russian Orthodox Church in Komi Republic. It was named after Saint Stefan Permsky who converted the ancient peoples of Komi.
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