Oyunsky Literary Museum

Yakutsk Literary Museum opened on April 17th, 1970. It was named after Platon Oyunsky (1893-1939), politic and public man, writer, linguistic scholar, who suffered from a measure of repression in 1938. A section of the museum is dedicated to the writers of Yakutia who were victims of the repression: Oyunsky, Sofronov, Nikiforov and many other. The exhibition includes personal archives, copies of files and various documents (rehabilitation certificates, autobiographies,etc.)
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