The space is located in the historical center of Tula, at the intersection of Blagoveshchenskaya and Posolskaya (now Soviet) Streets within walking distance from the Kremlin, Krasnoarmeysky Avenue, and Mosin Street. A minute walk, there is work underway to restore the pedestrian Pyatnitskaya Street (now Metallistov) and to create a Museum Block. The very space is located on the tourist route between the Museum of Arms and the newly built Octave creative and industrial cluster. Perhaps, it is hard to imagine a place more accessible and visible.
Iskra never rests, it is always moving, and that movement has a direction. We are confident that the projects born in the urban space will transform the entire Tula, rise a new generation of people who love life, their native city, respect each other, and develop the surrounding world.