The Hotel Ukraina, Moscow is a five-star luxury hotel in Moscow city centre, on a bend of the Moskva River. It is a Radisson Collection hotel.
It is the second tallest of the neoclassical Stalin-era "seven sisters" (198 m (650 ft), with 34 stories). Construction on the low river bank meant that the builders had to dig well below the water level. This was enabled by an ingenious water retention system, using a perimeter of needle pumps driven deep into the ground.
The hotel has 505 rooms, 38 apartments, 5 restaurants, a conference centre, executive floor, banquet hall, library, spa & wellness centre with 50m indoor swimming pool, and a fleet of Moskva River yachts.
The entire facility can host up to 1,000 guests across 16 flexible rooms, designed with elegant accents and the latest in audiovisual technology.
There are also about 1,200 original paintings by the most prominent Russian artists of the first half of the 20th century, and on the first floor the diorama Moscow – Capital of the USSR.
Address: 2/1 Kutuzovsky Prospect,
MARKHI, based on the School of Architects of 1749, opened by Prince Dmitry Ukhtomsky, was officially established and got its name in 1933.
MARKHI trains architects of wide-range specialization in Town- Planning, Architecture of Residential and Public Buildings, Architectural Design, Architecture of Industrial Buildings, Architecture of Agricultural Complexes, Theory and History of Architecture, Restoration of Architectural Monuments, Interior Architecture, Landscapin.
MARKHI is located close to the MSU Faculty of Arts, some events can be conducted there. Expertise of the professors and volunteering of students will be a considerable contribution to the IPHS-2020.
There are 10 Schools (Faculties), 5 000 students.
MARKHI Rector Dmitry Shvidkovsky, an internationally acclaimed historian of architecture, as well as Prof. Alexei Krasheninnikov, Dean of Urban Studies, provide full support to IPHS-2020 Conference in Moscow.
Address: 11/2 Rozhdestvenka Str.