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V. Veresaev's House Museum, Tula

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • The Museum we visited with family Veresayev January 5, 2016 onwards. Price reasonable (four on us somewhere 450-500 rubles). In the Museum there are many materials as the Vikentii Vikentieviče and his family. Here you can see the Interior of the Moscow Office, library, dining room, family room Smidovich, Greek Hall. We really liked the tour itself, thanks to the wonderful guides and polite attitude of all staff of the Museum. The excursion was so interesting that my brother, who is not very keen on literature and history, asked a guide, not whether it is relative Veresayev. The Museum attracts with its warmth and comfort.
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  • The Museum has its own territory with old (at the time) trees, in General, but in places overgrown weeds. I think that in times of family Smidovičej, here might be more colors. Want to book a tour, but stopped her unexpectedly high cost. Watched mostly alone, but some questions could answer us accompanying caretaker. I've been reading a lot Veresayev, I found it informative. Not everyone will be interested. We spent more than an hour there before closing-no one is met.
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  • All my life I live in Tula, and has never been in this museum. Seen on television, I think, where is it? And then go on the street. Gogol, and why immediately noticed, and not a Museum? A tiny sign on the other side of the street is not visible. Entered the gate and tears-the same piece of my childhood! I grew up on the street. Stepanova, former Logačevskoj, (just this very Logacheva, where his descendants lived), a huge garden, wooden houses with carved aprons. How do we live in a House with conveniences-wait, live in hruŝobe. Then visit the Museum-silence, appeasement. And a knife to the heart-behind the fence-novodvorânskie mansions. Here's to you and compare: here lived these nobles before, and that's the way of live. Wonderful, must-see Museum. Kowtow to the staff that we were able to create such an atmosphere! Keep this piece of the motherland!
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