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The Alexander Pushkin Apartment Museum

The last residence of the Russian poetic genius. This is also where he died on January 29, 1837, after his duel. The exhibition displays original books and home utensils, personal possessions of the great poet, the original furnishings. Literary-monographical exposition is arranged in 18 halls: “Pushkin. Life and Creative Activity”

The Sergey M. Kirov’s Museum

The branch of the State Museum of the History of Saint Petersburg is situated in the historic center of Saint Petersburg. The Museum was opened in Leningrad in 1938. It is located on Kamennoostrovsky avenue 26/28, where in one of the comfortable apartment from 1926 till 1934 Sergey M. Kirov did live. The Party leaders Josef V. Stalin, Klim E. Voroshilov, Sergo K. Ordjonikidse, visited this apartment.

The Elizarov's Museum-Apartment

Two reasons to visit. First, it is the typical apartment of Russian intelligentsia in the beginning of 20th century with all the furniture and interior safe. Second, there are many items devoted to the life of Lenin.

The Chaliapin Museum

Here great singer lived from 1914 to 1922, and from here he left Russia in September 1922. You can familiarize himself with the context of Chaliapin's life and creative activities. The main stages of his life are represented by letters and photos, theatre costumes and set designs for the performances he participated in, posters and programs, his private belongings, paintings and drawings. The Museum also possesses the famous portrait by B.Kustodiev (1921) which is actually the singer's biography, the saga of his triumphant way from fair shows to the best world opera stages.

The Dostoevsky Literary-Memorial Museum

Among Dostoevsky's numerous Petersburg addresses, the building on the corner of Kuznechny Lane and Dostoevsky Street (formerly Yamskaya) holds particular significance. This simple, completely ordinary Petersburg apartment building, devoid of distinctive architectural features, has today become one of the most popular attractions in the city precisely because it was there that Dostoevsky lived and died.

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