Yaroshenko Memorial House Museum, Kislovodsk

(4.9/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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  • Artist Yaroshenko for me interesting at least that many years lived in two cities: St. Petersburg and Kislovodsk. It is also one of the few painters who made a brilliant military career. Major-General-this isn't some prapor! For recreation and creativity this major-General with a refined soul chose one of the most beautiful places in our country. Now in his Manor House is a museum. At the end of January, the main building, a white Villa, open for visitors. Now Exposition in fligeljah. The artist's paintings give an idea of how looked red stones and other places of Kislovodsk many years ago-find ten differences! I was surprised that the canvas is very tiny and carefully written out. Photo on the Internet do not understand. And the Homestead to grow Ginkgo Biloba and hibiscus, so I'll definitely be back here in the summer, spring or fall.
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  • Necessary, at least once, you want to visit the Museum-estate of artist Yaroshenko! Quiet, beautiful and energy. with great love Guides tell about the paintings of the artist on the territory of the Manor you can sit quietly listening to the birds singing, admire nature! Workers Museum very friendly helpful people.
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  • Entrance to the Museum 20 rubles. Very beautiful territory, including several residential buildings and grounds, you can go down stairs and get in the spa park.
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