Mansions of the Goncharovih and Chernyshevih, Yaropolets

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  • Nice place, beautiful park behind the Manor Chernyshevyh, interesting dam, the first HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION. It is a pity that the Palace of Chernyshevyh is almost destroyed. Heart blood bleeds because we do not cherish its past. Farmstead-Zagrjazhskih Goncharova in much better condition. Was with excursion, we are allowed to go inside the restored Kazan Cathedral. Thank God can restore the beauty. A very unusual temple inside, he also served as the tomb of the family Chernyshovyh. Now everything is destroyed.
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  • My friends, the place is definitely beautiful, so I lived! The Homestead near the monument to Pushkin stands oak that 300 years, albeit without chains, mermaids, but with a bunch of cats who now and then chase each other across the estate, that would be one zahavat' everything throw under paws good tourists. Inside the restored the building after the fire, bored, corridors resemble a bomb shelter repair lasts from 50-IES, exactly from that day as Homestead took under his wing, one of the institutions. Grandmas apparently settled in the Dean's Office, and all that remains, acclaim for repairs. In the building there is nothing except among groups of children and overnight. The only thing that has survived since then so it's brick, partially. Inside looks like it hit the 50-th years to give to Stalin, but before you got there, giving walked first tractor, then Marauders rested three times, all that did not have time to make punks left now and pleases the eye. Pushkin was driving back to his mum twice in 1833 and 1834, in the same way as in debt 11 pieces, a huge sum in those days, but the Mother-in-law everything squander lover only to be unable to return the money, even after the poet's death, and by the way his daughter Natasha she hasn't taken a dime, great mom, nothing changes, everything is as it is now. Actually Pushkin lived and worked in Torzhok and for a long time, that's where you want to go, and about this estate one remembered accidentally teachers Institute, so would be demolished together with the oak and built on the site of the bare field with butterflies Yes grasshoppers. Bottom line-a ride worth a look at least at Oak. The aura of the place is not transmitted, quietly, calmly (weekdays) walking in oak circle of moms with strollers, somewhere on the roof of the Manor of hammer taps running gas burner which heats the bitumen, roof make. Excellent, main, you can go and look inside the main building. In the former stables and took not allowed, apparently there's head not only walls. Sincerely, your Mark OmacO.
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  • The manor and church were destroyed during the WWII. After reconstruction, the buildings layout is not saved, the facade also is not exactly restored. Now it is sanatorium. The manor belonged to Pushk...  more »