Once the Pushkins' marital home, it has now been rebuilt into a museum of their former residence.
At the entrance of Arbat Street, the house is very beautiful, a bit like tiffany blue, there are flowers upstairs at the entrance, there are souvenir shops nearby, there are not many people, tourists will take pictures, not many go in.
Pushkin is a well-known literary and artistic figure in Russia. Pushkin’s former residence is also a relatively small area to visit. It is an independent house with a small area. You can see some very old facilities. This museum is also quite attractive. Of it.
Pushkin’s House on Arbat Street. To welcome visitors from all over the world, a dazzling array of shops and oil paintings set off a background movement of art and poetry. After wandering for a while, I took a break in the characteristic restaurant diagonally opposite. The main color of the interior of wine red occupies the visual frame, which makes people have to refresh themselves, even if they are duels, they have to have a coffee first.
n the former maintenance very well, every room is very comfortable, wide plaster decoration is elegant, the window can also see al bart street view of the street. When we visited is the drizzle outside the window, the spring breeze slightly, eyeful is green, also let people assume a handful of the great poet feelings here. Only regret is that pushkin is not permanent, here just rent for three months, so the furniture is just for the exhibition design is needed, and not fully recovered looked like.
This is a famous figure of the Tsarist era. Oh, the civilized world
Take the train from St. Petersburg to Moscow, then transfer to the subway to the Dostoevsky base station, ran to his head, I ran over, reading "Crime and Punishment" or in high school, at this moment is to personally experience the soil of Russian literature . Today I looked for Pushkin’s former residence and navigated all the way to the Pushkin Museum. When I was lost and asked the way, I asked passers-by. The three aunts I met by chance heard me ask Pushkin, and they talked to me about Pushkin in blunt English with infinite enthusiasm. It was so interesting. The Red Square in Moscow is a must visit place, it carries the history and glory of this country. Next to the Basilica of the Ascension of Vasily, the ancient facilities and frescoes inside are still awe-inspiring. The Kremlin, the center of Russian power and politics, of course I went to see Putin, and looking at his official residence from afar still makes me feel excited. Having said that, when I came to Moscow, I saw Chekhov Station, Lev Tolstoy Station, and Gogol Station named everywhere... I remembered my reading time, when we had dreams, about literature, about love, about Travel across the world. Now we are drinking late at night, when the glasses meet, it is the sound of broken dreams.
Moscow’s Arbat Street is not only a dazzling array of gift shops, but also a cultural street with a deep historical heritage. There are many celebrity homes and sculptures. Pushkin’s House Museum is on the street, and small green houses stand quietly on the street. Unfortunately, we don’t have time to go in with the group.