This was my second visit to Chekhov's house, the first one dates back to more than 15 years ago and I should say that it has improved greatly. First we had a guided tour (in Russian) and the guide was really professional and a good speaker. We were shown all around the house and the cook's cottage. Afterwards we were shown a documentary about Chekhov and his house and then we walked around the garden. It was good that you could stay there as long as you wanted. The house is located in the outskirts of the city and it's not easy to find. However it's only about a half-an-hour walk from the centre.
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