The VI International Research-to-Practice Conference «Early Childhood Care and Education» (ECCE 2017) will be held at the Shuvalovskiy Building of Lomonosov Moscow State University – MSU (Moscow, Russia) (Lomonosovskiy prospect, 27, k. 4)
Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) - one of the leading and largest Russian universities, the center of national science and culture, one of the oldest universities in Russia with more than 250-year history.
Shuvalovskiy Building - Conference place
The venue is a 15-minute walk away from the Universitet Metro station, and 15 minutes by Metro from the main Moscow attractions: Moscow Kremlin, Arbat Street, Bolshoi Theatre, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, and embankment of the Moskva River.
Moscow is the capital of Russia, its administrative, economic, political and educational center. It is one of Russia’s major cities. Its total area is about 900 thousand square kilometers.
The city was founded by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky and was first mentioned in the chronicles in 1147.
The present-day Moscow is the seat of the government and the President of the Russian Federation.
Moscow is an important industrial city. Its leading industries are engineering, chemical and light industries.
Moscow is also a city of science and learning. There are over 150 higher education institutions in the city, including a number of universities.
Moscow is a cultural and scientific center of a global scale. Moscow is an important tourist center of Russia. The Moscow Kremlin, Red Square, Novodevichy Convent and Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoye are included to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Among multiple sightseeings of the city a number of world-famous unique places and buildings should be mentioned. These, no doubt, include the Bolshoi Theatre, Pushkin Fine Arts Museum and the State Tretyakov Gallery.
|Bolshoi Theatre||Moscow Kremlin|
|Embankment of the Moskva River||Cathedral Square of the Moscow Kremlin|
|Treasures of The Armory||Cathedral of Christ the Saviour|