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The National is a unique Russian historical and cultural monument that stands apart from Moscow's other hotels.
The Hotel combines the best of the centuries-old traditions of Russian hospitality and entrepreneurship. The hotel's 100-year history is closely intertwined with the tumultuous events of the twentieth century. Over the years, the hotel's guests have included heads of state and government, diplomats and businessmen, military officials, scientists, writers and musicians.
The hotel's building was built in 1902 and financed by The Varvarinskoe Joint-Stock Company of Householders. Alexander Ivanov, the architect who designed The Varvarinskoe building, belonged to the older generation of architects working in the Russian modernist style. The building combines renaissance and classical architecture with modernist decorative elements in a style that was typical of Moscow at the turn of the century.
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