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The museum-homestead of Bolotov Dvorjaninova

The museum-homestead of Bolotov Dvorjaninova

Andrew T. Bolotov (1738-1833) — a famous Russian scientist, writer, lexicographer, the founder of Russian agricultural science. Russia owes A.T. Bolotov for spread of potato. Comprehensively endowed with a remarkable, inquisitive mind and an extraordinary capacity for work, A.T. Bolotov left his mark in many ar-eas of science and culture, and many opened or committed for the first time. He has written more than 350 volumes of scientific and literary works, of which about four thousand scientific papers have been published. Bolotov was drafted first Russian leadership on the morphology and systematics of the medicinal plants (1781). In addition to herbal remedies Andrew Timofevich applied other methods of healing. For example, with the help of minerals or electrical machine, which he signed himself. A long period of life he spent in the management his personal parishes of Empress Catherine II: firstly in Kiyasovke, then in Bogoroditsk. These years have a special place in his creative life. Here he builds the park has become famous throughout Russia — the "miracle of this region", according to contemporary. If we combine nature and poetry, this park — one of the best combina-tions of architecture, nature and human ingenuity. Russian park, built by Bolotov, not inferior in beauty to the gardens of Versailles, Saint-Germain, Marley.

In "Dvorjaninova" grows the famous oak — arch, which is 500 years old! During the life of A.T. Bolotov decrepit tree was hit by lightning. Part of the oak fell to the ground, and some — onto a nearby elm. Guests of the estate arose under the arch and wished himself longevity. Now this place is called the "Arch of desires". And finally, all museum visitors are treated to unique and amazing taste tea "longevity and health," prepared by Bolotov prescription.

 
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