Muzey-kvartira A.A. Bloka, St. Petersburg

(4.5/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • A small museum, but very nice, a little age staff pleasant and courteous, doing everything to tourists returned and told acquaintances. Many of the poems on the walls and passages from the letters. Wanted to buy paper tomick poems block)
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  • My friend recently visited the Museum-apartment of A.a. block. If we were self-sufficient, perhaps, and impressions would be different, but we were lucky! We joined a group of schoolchildren and listened to a wonderful tour guide, got a lot of interesting information about the block and his wife Lyubov Dmitrievne, about the difficult and amazing fate. There are things in the Museum a. Block, furniture, lots of "pictures" (one "Fish puppy" t. Gippius-sister singer z. Gippius), photography, portraits. All exhibits, authentic. Some facts from the life of a. steel block for me a revelation. E.g.:-make an offer to his future wife Luba Mendeleevoj writer was walking with a suicide note in his pocket, as in the case of refusal he committed with a. -Poet, considered his wife ideal beauty, could not deal with it at the same time, as with "trashy" girl. In their relationship, on the initiative of the Alexandra, were installed certain framework that merely spiritual proximity, excluding the joys of the flesh. It is for this reason that both were novels on the side. He lived for a short block (he died in the year 41) but eventful life. He wrote his first poem at the age of five. Unusually, in the Museum of the poet-romanticist poetry pasted on the glass Windows. Talk about his writings too, you must read and listen. Btw, the Museum has a genuine record (reads Blok) fragment from the poem "on the field of Kulikovo" ... And eternal battle! Rest only dreams us through the blood and dust. Flies, flies steppe and the Mare crumples feather ... Each school is familiar with the works of many great writers and poets, but how little we know about the identity of these people. So I advise to visit this Museum, using the opportunity to learn new, amazing facts about the life of a block — romantic poet of the silver age. And, finally, the verses that everyone should know: Night, street, lamp, drugstore, Inane and dim light. Live at least a quarter of a century — All will be so. The outcome is not. Die-you again first and repeated all as in olden times: Night, icy ripples the Canal, Drugstore, street, lamp.
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  • Can be combined with a visit to a concert at the Mariinsky Theatre, as this part of town is quite removed from the Center. A very good Museum which allows you to immerse yourself in the beginning of the twentieth century. I didn't have great expectations about this place, but from his visit I got really a lot of fun. A description of the life Unit accompanied by quotations from letters, memoirs, poems, this allows you to fully immerse yourself in the thoughts and feelings of the poet. This is the story of a remarkable man, in the context of the life of the country in difficult times. The revolution of 1917 was one of the most important and controversial events in the life of the country, so for me personally, it was very interesting to learn about how all these events were perceived by their contemporaries.
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