Mosfilm Cinema Concern is one of the largest film companies in Europe. The Concern includes 15 studio pavilions, two-level ponds, a museum of retro cars, a museum of historical costumes, a forest park and even a bicycle, which Lenin rode.
In 2003, the Mosfilm Cinema Concern had Moscow's scenery of the 19th century: there appeared a prop city created from plywood and plaster for Karen Shakhnazarov's film "The Rider Named Death". After the motion-picture shootings, the scenery was left for other films. The film city was turning from old Moscow into Berlin, Paris, Tbilisi and Copenhagen. Anyone who has enrolled on a tour can take a walk through the town of props and look at the cars that participated in popular films. In the makeup room visitors are allowed to touch everything: from detachable noses and ears to severed heads and terrible masks. You can even take pictures with all the props. Afterwards the guests are invited to admire the unique collection of movie costumes from different eras and look at the studio floor, and maybe even take part in film shoots as extras.