Pushkin Museum-Reserve in Zakharova

Zakharova and Bolshye Viaziomy are two villages right outside of Moscow that are linked with Alexander Pushkin’s childhood. The Great Russian poet lived the first years of his life in two estates that belonged to his grand-mother. Created in 1987, the museum-reserve in Zakharova is made of the house (restored in 1999 so as to commemorate the two hundred years of Pushkin’s birth), a park, a pond and monuments erected in honor of Pushkin.
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