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Really did not know what to expect other than having heard that the buildings had virtually been destroyed during the 2nd world war. The restoration work is amazing, everything looks original and certainly gave us a feel of what it was actually like in its...More
Set in a magnificent palace on the Moika, the apartment recreates Pushkin's life before the fatal and absurd duel in which he was killed. It is a particularly cruel irony that two weeks before that fatal day he finished Eugen Onegin and had Eugen kill...More
No visit to St. Petersburg is complete without learning about Russia's greatest poet. It is best to come inside this museum well prepared, but if you don't have the time to read the entire Evgeny Onegin, find a summary and and get some information on...More
We are a bit of literature-fan so we visited the late apartment of the big poet of russian. The museum's garden is under construction which make a bit difficult the entrance. Also, there were a tonne of russian students who visited the museum in the...More
Though unfortunately I haven't read Pushkin I was glad I went to visit his last apartment and where he died after his tragic duel. Saw his desk and library along with artifacts and his death portrait. If you are a fan of this famous poet...More
I now understand why people would say that the experience of visiting the Pushkin Museum and apartment is so moving. There is a very good audio recording to accompany the visit. I had no idea I would be so touched by the story of his...More