Slavic Kremlin. Holy Places. Museum of letters.
A journey for those who care about Russian history and literature. In this scenario, there are places in the vicinity of the city of Chekhov. You can visit the real Slavic wooden Kremlin and get acquainted with its owner, learning a lot about the ancient Slavic way of life.
We also recommend visiting the beautiful village of Talezh, where a holy spring with a spring and font is located. Chekhov has a small but very interesting Museum of Writings in its own right.
The vicinity of Chekhov and the holy spring
2 days itinerary by Alexander Polyakov - History and Culture - Car, 1 Hotel
Road Trip Categories: History and Culture
Day 1: Touch the history.
Do you want to feel like a real time traveler? Then you just need to visit the Slavic Kremlin, look at the prince's baths, craftsmen's houses and windmills. Just take into account that the historical complex is located in private territory and dates for visiting should be specified in advance.
Day 2: Letters from Chekhov
Today's cultural program will begin with a visit to the Museum of Letters named after the classic of Russian literature - Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. After that you will go to the holy spring, and if you are interested in the history of the formation of the Soviet state, you can visit the museum Leninskie Gorky.