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Dostoevsky Museum, St. Petersburg

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4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Step into the world of the writer whose works influenced generations of literary enthusiasts at Dostoevsky Museum. The museum is located inside the building where the Fyodor Dostoevsky rented an apartment on two different occasions, and it was here that he wrote his last novel, "The Brothers Karamazov." The reconstructed apartment in which Dostoyevsky lived is the centerpiece of the museum, furnished with his personal items, as well as those belonging to friends and family. In addition to the apartment, the museum features a theatre and large collections of books and other works of art. Audio guides are available. Add Dostoevsky Museum to your St. Petersburg travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our St. Petersburg vacation builder.
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  • Russians know to venerate their writers. The Dostoevsky Museum in St. Petersburg gave me and my companions everything and more we could have hoped for. The audio guide in Russian was simply exquisitel...  read more »
  • Informative. you can take the audio guide, you can read the description that is lined in the rooms. Note on a pack of cigarettes, where a daughter of the writer made a pencil inscription. Things themselves exactly Dostoyevsky and his little family (collected things and furniture of that era). In front of the apartment (on the same staircase) is an exhibition devoted to the work of Dostoevsky's Petersburg and 19 century. The impression of a slightly damaged by strict ubiquitous housekeeper halls in the Museum.
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  • Dostoevsky lived in the House until after marriage. with the original and with the use of the family home has been preserved and exhibited in this manner. a very successful Museum. You can see the author's life, her workroom "crime and punishment" and you can imagine as you type. should
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  • One of the most horrific museums from where I was. Dear entry for "nothing", see there is clearly nothing to
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  • Fyodor Mikhailovich admirers of creativity will be interesting
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  • For those who loves Dostoevsky would be interesting
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