M44***33Chekhov, a generation of Russian writers, once in a nearly collapsed body, through the bitter cold and desolation of 10,000 versts, stepped into this "land of intolerable pain" and diagnosed Russia with words. As a result, he wrote the book "Sakhalin Journey", which Chekhov was most proud of in his life. Here we can also see Chekhov’s bedroom, study, Moscow and Chekhov in the 1880s.
E57***05Ever since I was a kid each time I visit Moscow I go to The Red Square and enjoy the beautiful view of Собор Василия Блаженного. Inside it’s not that spacious and the corridors are pretty narrow. I prefer looking at the cathedral from distance.