Литература – один из самых известных русских брендов с многовековой историей. Мы приглашаем вас заглянуть в замочную скважину, и своими глазами увидеть, как жили самые знаменитые русские писатели.
House-Museum of Pasternak and the literary village
We invite you to go to Peredelkino, where in 1933 a literary village was created and where famous Soviet writers lived. There is the Memorial Museum of Korney Chukovsky, the House-Museum of Bulat Okudzhava, the Museum-Gallery of Yevgeny Yevtushenko and, of course, the House-Museum of Boris Pasternak. During a tour of the house, where the writer lived for about 20 years, you will learn about the history of the award of the Nobel Prize in Literature to Pasternak in 1958, which turned out to be the most severe persecution for him in his homeland. Just 2 years later the writer died and was buried at the local cemetery. The atmosphere of the house remained the same as it was during the life of Boris Pasternak. The exposition provides an opportunity not only to feel the spirit of the era, but also to penetrate deep into the creative process and life of the writer. In the house there are preserved things, books, pictures of Boris Pasternak's father, a wonderful artist Leonid Pasternak and a friend of Leo Tolstoy. You are sure to visit a famous writer's office. It was here that Boris Pasternak created his best works - the cycle of poems Peredelkino and the novel "Doctor Zhivago".
Museum-Estate of Leo Tolstoy in Khamovniki
Leo Tolstoy is a name equally well known in Russia and abroad. "War and Peace", "Anna Karenina" – which of us has never heard of these works. He was a famous writer, a philosopher and an educator. His vast legacy is relevant to this day, and the screen adaptation of his works began during his lifetime. Those wishing to touch the life of the great writer usually go to Yasnaya Polyana, completely losing sight of his Moscow estate "Khamovniki", where the Tolstoy family lived for 19 years. Already in 1921 a memorial museum was opened in the house. During the tour, you will see the writer's study, the rooms of his children, the matrimonial bedroom, the dining room and the living room. Furniture and things that belonged to Tolstoy and his family are carefully kept here, ranging from a china dinner service and children's toys to the skin of a bear that almost killed the writer while hunting.
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