The State Vladimir Vysotsky Cultural Center, Moscow
(4.7/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • Third time visit this museum. Several years passed between each visit and the Museum as a relic is not changed. Someone might say the stability of sign perfect, but by today's standards, when many museums adapted to modern requirements and technologies to customers, coming again and again, for something new, this stability frustrates me personally. By the way, the exhibition is filled with many artifacts from the life and work of poet and artist. Fans of Vysotsky's talent will be interesting to see once on exhibit.
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  • In this House, Wysocki had never lived, but stayed in it. And in the courtyard of the House episode filmed an interview with the actor, which he gave to an Italian television, where Vladimir Semenovich said that his childhood House is not preserved, but the yard very reminds him of his native yard of childhood. When chosen from several alternatives addresses to create a Museum of Vysotsky, these moments and have played in favor of the House. Taking photos is forbidden, but why, exactly? This I did not like. A lot of autographs, lots of photos, posters, costumes, my beloved guitar, post-mortem plaster mask. Accurately recreated the Cabinet of Vladimir visotskiy from his apartment on Malaya Gruzinskaya (previous author made a mistake with the address). All the furnishings and original things. And the couch, mournful, on which friends actor closed his eyes. The Cabinet is opened not constantly, and at a certain time, the schedule can be viewed on the Museum's website. And yet there is a scene where various theatres presenting their performances, including poet (based on the book by Marina Vlady). On the third Sunday of each month, admission is free.
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  • The Museum is open for a long time, and I am just now able to visit here. The Museum is situated on the street of Vladimir Vysotsky (formerly Taganka stumped). A poster on the wall of the House will not go past the portrait of Vladimir Vysotsky, a guitar and the inscription "House Vysotsky on taganka". And here, I would like to buy a ticket inside for 100 rubles. None of the visitors there, I am one. At the entrance to me very impolite besieged "Photograph cannot be quite impossible and any devices". The exposition is quite large, on the second and third floor. There are a lot of photos. Very happy that they are all carefully numbered and signed. Besides photographs, presented many letters fans. Pleasure took them to read-people are cherished, chatting with actor like with a relative. The Cabinet of the actor on the third floor of the restored very thoroughly, everything as it was in the Office of poet forty years ago-the same antique writing desk, which he was very proud, the same wood shelves, standing in his Office at the great Georgian, the same book that he read. All these artifacts carefully kept after his death, his mother, Nina Maksimovna. And now it's all in the Museum on the street of Vladimir Vysotsky. Here are collected all his vinyl records, all of the disks, released after his death, all the books of poems about Vysotsky and Vladimir Vysotsky. Really liked the layout of the two-bedroom apartment in a large Georgian with a carefully made Homewares. Two hours of weariness I here, considering the utter silence of the pictures, reading his letters, flyers, and postcards to mom, a variety of documents (from the membership card, and invitations to tour to features and applications for travel abroad), eyeing the costumes of all his roles, and Hamlet and Zheglov's. The Museum is very much, its definitely worth a visit all fans of this extraordinary man. Personally, I don't have enough audio, I think it would be a good idea to at least one of the rooms quietly incorporate his songs.
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