Historical landmark of the Central Sochi area, Winter Theatre was built in 1937, and soon It has become one of Russia's architectural monuments. Designed by Konstantin Chernopyatov, the structure rests upon 88 columns, running around the building's perimeter. The front of the theatre is adorned with three theatre goddesses by famous Russian sculptor Vera Mukhina - Melpomene, Terpsichore and Talia.
Now it welcomes worldwide famous musicians, theater troupes coming to Sochi, along with winter Music festival, and the range of city events.
The museum features a collection of Russian paintings and graphic artworks, including landscapes by Ivan Aivazovsky and Ivan Shishkin, still-life paintings by Pyotr Konchalovsky and Ilya Mashkov, and blottesques by Aleksandr Serov, Boris Kustodiev and Aleksandr Deyneka.
Another pride of place in the museum goes to the Mzymta Treasure, a huge collection of iron, bronze, silver and gold artefacts of Sarmatian and Greek origin found on Mzymta River in 1997.
Opened in 1979, it has since been considered the prime venue for all sorts of entertainment in the city. Each summer over 2,500 people can experience the best Russian and international musicians have to offer.
Even those that haven't been here in person are quite familiar with it as the venue is often featured in television and recorded shows.
New concert hall, which was constructed to hold Sochi Christmas Music Festival arranged by. Along with this Festival, Rosa Hall now is the place for many musical shows of Russian and international bands during the year.
MoreMall is the largest shopping mall in Sochi. The mall is located on Sochi river bank and can be easily reached via taxi or bus from city center.
MoreMall houses dozens of familiar brand name stores and boutiques that foreign guests will be familiar with like Pepe Jeans, H&M, Lacoste and Zara. There are more than 300 retail stores here, selling everything from clothes, perfumes, jewelry and accessories to electrical goods, books, watches and home ware.
MoreMall also boasts 35 restaurants and cafes, an eight-screen cinema, and a 5,000 sq. ft. leisure area which hosts concerts and shows on an almost daily basis.
Located in the elegant Central Sea port building, this shopping gallery features luxury brands (Gicci, Loius Vuitton, Max Mara, Ermenegildo Zegna, Sublime) as well as fine dining with spectacular views of Central Marina.