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Marina Tsvetayeva's House Museum

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Marina Tsvetayeva's House Museum

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Borisoglebskiy Lane, 6 Arbat, Moscow 121069 Russia
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DanaK wrote a review Aug 2016
Moscow, Russia25 contributions18 helpful votes
The Museum and Cutltural Center devoted to great Russian poet Marina Tsvetaeva is in her apartment not so far from the Kremlin (she was walking by feet). She loved this home. Following memoirs of Marina's daughter Ariadna in these apartments Tsvetaeva first time in her life had her own little study with the desk and the bed. You can see also the study of her husband, Sergey Efron with the stuffed hawk. Museum workers take care of all belonging of Marina Tsvetaeva. Not so many... In hard time she cut down furniture pieces and used as firewood. There are many photos, letters, and a map of Moscow in 1920. It's interestinh to compare it with our days... This place is not only museum, here also hold lectures, cultural events. You can buy books and souveniers.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Aleksandr O wrote a review Jul 2016
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I felt that to get the best experience out of this house you have to take a tour and there are plenty of those, the only problem, they're all in Russian!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Oleg Y wrote a review May 2016
Belgrade, Serbia2,720 contributions709 helpful votes
Here, within the Garden Ring and around the New Arbat Street, is situated that very nice and pleasant house in which Marina Tsvetayeva lived from 1914 to 1922. It is so much beautifully conceived and arranged, that You instantly get strong impression of the person of Marina Tsvetayeva and the hard and troubled times before and after Revolution. There are photographs and manuscripts in the rooms of the museum depicting that period of life of great poetess even before 1914, during her adolescency and childhood. In the Soviet years the dwelling place of Tsvetayeva was turned in so called komunalka flats and only after decades was restored to its genuine state. The museum also details the tragic family life of Tsvetayeva. Across the museum is the statue of Marina Tsvetayeva. We really loved this museum - house of such great russian artist.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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