As reported on the researchers' website, Chersonesos occupied 18th place in the TOP-20.
By the way, almost all institutions included in the rating are in Moscow and St. Petersburg. So, the first five of them were the Tretyakov Gallery, the Hermitage, the Victory Museum, the Russian History is My History historical parks and the Russian Museum.
Also among the best were the National Historical Museum, the Tsarskoe Selo Museum and Preserve, the A.S. Pushkin National Museum of Fine Arts, New Jerusalem Museum, the Moscow Association of Museums, A.V. Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Tsaritsyno Museum and Preserve, Yasnaya Polyana Memorial Estate, Multimedia Art Museum, Peterhof Museums and Preserve, Moscow Kremlin and Kulikovo Pole. The A.A. Bakhrushin Theater Museum and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art round up the TOP-20 rating.
The Tavricheskiy Chersonese Museum and Preserve is located on the territory of the former polis founded by the ancient Greeks in the 5th century BC. It existed until the end of the XIV century AD. Here you can see the Antique Theater, the walls with the Zeno's Tower, a bell cast in the 18th century from Turkish trophy cannons, Agora (the central square of Chersonesos), Vladimir Cathedral and other interesting landmarks.