Alexander Pushkin State Historical and Literary Museum-Reserve in Bolshiye Vyazemy. Zakharovo Estate Museum. New Jerusalem Monastery.

 Following "The Queen of Spades"

Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin spent most of his life in St. Petersburg. However, he was born and spent his childhood years in places near Moscow. Journey to the places of the poet's childhood, descriptions of which he later used in his works, will allow you to look at Pushkin's art from a new perspective.

Following "The Queen of Spades"

1 day itinerary by Valeria Azuevskaya - Creativity and Arts, Staycation, History and Culture, Families with Kids -

Road Trip Categories: Creativity and Arts, Staycation, History and Culture, Families with Kids

Day 1: Places of A.S. Pushkin's childhood


Today we will visit the noble homesteads in Bolshiye Vyazemy and Zakharovo, where he spent his childhood years. After lunch we will go to the newly opened New Jerusalem Monastery.
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