Lopasnya-Zachatyevskoye Manor House and Museum, Chekhov

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  • Stopped at the MANSION "-ZAChATEVSKOE INADVERTENTLY" LOPASNYA RIVER without knowing anything, and stayed the whole day. It is in Chekhov on the street Pushkin House 10, less than an hour's drive from Moscow. We ended up in "Pushkin's nest". Kids Íàòàëüè Íèêîëàåâíû from Pushkin and about a second marriage with P.p. Lansky lived in this manor, and in Zachatievskaya opposite the Church buried the eldest son Alexander Alexandrovich Pushkin and his many relatives. In this same church baptized 11 grandchildren was the poet and his granddaughter Sofia. Employees of the Museum, which was opened 10 years ago, very friendly. Any questions we have received detailed detailed answers from all employees. In the end we see the nurseries offered entresol, then Director of the Museum came to us and told the story of the restoration of the House and furniture. We were stunned. If you look at the literature, starting with the Pushkin Veresayev in life ", the life of the poet is a little Moscow, Lyceum and then St. Petersburg alone. Suddenly opening for themselves and big Vjazemy Zakharovo, we thought that the US was no surprise. How do we know about the Lopasnya River Manor-Zakharovo, in the Church where most of the relatives were buried and the poet. And that his descendant Grigory Alexandrovich Pushkin, Colonel, Commander of the Vyborg infantry regiment until 1932 year lived with his family in the House of the former estate of the Lopasnya River-Zachatevskoe and worked in Lopasnenskm rajpotrebsojuze (!) about the fact that we were invited to opening of the exhibition "Music in plastic, then left to watch a special concert in the Hall of the Manor, I won't tell. This is a separate story.
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  • Well renovated Manor House. Suffered from the Soviet era, but has been restored. Much has been lost but you can see that it is made with love. And what friendly attendants. All happy to talk. While some of the Manor there are ponds, where you can stroll
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  • Definitely one of the most interesting places of the city of Chekhov, Virtual Museum noble life 19-th century. The building itself is very nice, lots of interesting exhibits. But my visit here was a little clouded in controversy. I came for 50 minutes before closing and felt that I had enough time on Exposition, as a small museum. During the inspection, literally on the heels of me was an acolyte of the Museum, extinguishing the lights and locking the doors to the halls, cost me only to go into another room. I like and not pressed, was polite, showed where to go further, but the feeling was such that I is, and quite blatantly. Therefore, the examination turned out to be quite cursory. I went without five of the officers quarters no longer had anyone but guards, everywhere was turned off the lights and locked the door. Dear employees of the Museum, I understand, work hard on weekends, and everybody wants to get home early. I don't encourage you to linger after work, but keep at least the specified work time. Or warn in advance that a museum on the fact of works to 16-30 or to 16-45.
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