Turgenev State Memorial and Nature Museum Preserve, Spasskoye-Lutovinovo

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  • Were in the early spring. Plus that people do not have. On the territory of the good old church. Take a tour, you do not need to and informative.
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  • Wonderful Manor will be interesting and lovers of literature, and those interested in architecture and way of life of the past. Tell you about the practical aspects of visiting-from station in Mtsensk rode in a taxi, ordered it by phone (250 rubles to go 20-25 minutes), in the parking lot at the entrance to the territory of Manor there is a grocery store, which has conditional Café where warm up products (and do not hide this). Manor House-newly built 1976 with authentic turgenevskimi objects-from furniture to books. Home inspection-only tour (we were wondering) you cannot take pictures inside, visitors were very little, because were in the winter. Walked through the Park, went to church, to the exhibition in the wing did not go, in the House where the cashier has a gift shop.
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  • Unfortunately preserved Manor House is not fully up to our time, due to several fires, lost 2 \ 3 buildings. But not only the buildings can surprise this place ... the perimeter stretches the ancient Park, which used to be a paved highway. Alley themselves according to local lore, if you look from the heights of the form some symbol, Roman numeral 19 or a Masonic sign. In the summer I think walk more interesting than in the winter.
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