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“Three Days in Moscow”, a New Travel Guide by Sergei Tchoban Presented in the Capital

The presentation took place on December, 9 in the Gostini Dvor exhibit hall during the Non/fiction Book Fair. This travel guide in drawings was developed by the famous architect Sergei Tchoban, and the project is being realized with the support of the Moscow City Tourism Committee.
«Три дня в Москве»: новый путеводитель Сергея Чобана презентовали в столице

“Three days in Moscow” is a travel guide in drawings created by the architect Sergei Tchoban and the architecture critic Anna Martovitskaya with the support of the Moscow Сity Tourism Committee. To illustrate the book, the authors used architect’s drawings that would suggest why, from where and in what time of day a particular site looks especially impactful and photogenic and perhaps would inspire travelers to create their own graphic masterpieces.

“Every guide book helps travelers to acquaint themselves with the city, to explore and study it from different perspectives. “Three days in Moscow”, Sergei Tchoban’s new edition, which we have published together, is accompanied by author’s drawings and graphics. Here one can see the city from the perspective of Moscow’s wonderful and unique architecture. I am sure this project will be of interest to travelers, Muscovites and everybody concerned with the cultural heritage,” Yekaterina Pronicheva said.


“Three days in Moscow” is an architectural and touristic diary where architect’s drawings alternate with short notes about different aspects and features of the beloved city. Sergei Tchoban, who has been drawing in pencil for many years, considers this technique a way to study architecture. This project was intended to continue the popular series “Three days in...” established in 2017. Travel guides in drawing to Rome, Florence, Venice, Amsterdam, Paris and Prague have already been published.


Photo: Vasili Bulanov

Sergei Tchoban has already participated in “My Moscow”
project. The famous architect describes places in Moscow he enjoys to visit and
tells lots of  curious stories about them.
This urban solo podcast format would help travelers and Moscovites to discover
the metropolis in a completely different way and get a special experience when
exploring the city.
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