House-Museum M. A. Voloshin, Koktebel

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  • If you visits koktybrel that's defenseless a place you should visit. As there is not much going on in the village. However the museum is great. Very helpful ladies who will tell you more about this ho...  more »
  • Koktebel was last year. Memories still warm heart. Mountains, air and sea breeze is not a city, but just a piece of paradise. I advise everyone. There are questions, please contact us. I'll tell you w...  more »
  • Try to go and immerse yourself in the cultural history of the Crimea and our country will get a chance to learn about the lives of famous and noble poet.
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  • Dear Guide, I beseech you, do not say more visitors that Roots Ivanovich Chukovsky wrote the song "the street went big crocodile!" I assure you it to this song is irrelevant, though he has a children's poem "the crocodile", which has a vaguely similar lines: there was a crocodile. He walked on Nevsky. and so on.
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  • Be sure to visit! Interesting character, a good guide.
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  • How people lived, as subtly felt. Necessarily with the guides. Reads poems and interesting talks.
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  • An interesting museum about the remarkable artist. I advise everyone to visit.
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  • Obzoreye very interesting excursion with Guide (start as sufficient numbers of sightseers, price 150 p.) In 14:00 after the lunch break, such groups are recruited. The cost per photography 150 p.
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