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N. Leskov's House Museum, Orel
(3.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
N. Leskov's House Museum is located in Orel. Make N. Leskov's House Museum a centerpiece of your Orel vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Orel trip itinerary planner.
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  • Visited the Museum n. Leskov in Orel in the framework of the "Literary origins of Russia." An interesting Museum. Photographing many small museums have done paid, this museum too. Story guide full and interesting. Very accurately recreated Petersburg Cabinet writer recreated to photograph the son of writer after his death. Learn little-known facts from the life of n. Leskov, his ancestors and descendants. The Oryol region is the birthplace of many well-known writers. Visiting the Museum of the Oryol born writers, also heard about the work and life of n. Leskov. It was especially interesting, because on the programme was planned the House-Museum of I.a. Bunin, who turned out to be repaired.
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  • Interesting exposition, erudite guides helpful. Quite a lot of visitors. Good stands with the originals of works of Leskov, the history of his ancestors and descendants. Recommend!
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  • The House where he spent childhood Nikolai Leskov was burned in a fire, at its Foundation, the cloned recreated houses, where the personal belongings of the writer and his family, manuscripts, paintings and photographs. It is better to take a tour, it will be very interesting. September 2016 Museum closes at 2 years for renovation, part of exhibits at this time will move to the Museum of the Oryol born writers.
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