On the main page
Deutsche VersionEnglish VersionБългарска версияWersja Polska

Туры на праздники
Майские праздники
Cities of Russia
Irkutsk
Goryatchiy Klyutch
Kaliningrad
Kaluga
Kirov
Moscow
Nizhny Novgorod
Pskov
Saint-Petersburg
Tver
Veliky Novgorod
Veliky Ustug
Vologda
Regions
Adygea
Altai
Arkhangelsk region
Buryatia
Chechnya
Chelyabinsk region
Kaliningrad region
Karachay-Cherkessia
Kamchatka
Kirov region
Khabarovsk Territory
Komi Rebublic
Kostroma region
Krasnodar region
Krasnoyarsk region
Leningrad region
Lipetsk region
Moscow region
Murmansk region
North Ossetia
Novgorod region
Penza region
Perm region
Pskov region
Rostov region
Siberia
Stavropol region
Tatarstan
Tver region
Tyumen region
Tula region
Vladimir region
Vologda region
Yakutia
Yaroslavl region
Hotels of Russia
Hotels of Moscow
Tours to Russia
Reindeer Herders’ Winter Camp
Over the world
Africa
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Azerbaijan
Cambodia
China
Croatia
France
Hungary
Italy
Lithuania
Norway
Romania
Spain
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Turkey

 

Bogucharovo

Bogucharovo

"Bogucharovo" — family estate of A. Homjakova.

In the biography of Homjakov, Tula period of his life and work was at the forefront. This period is closely related to the family estate in the village of Bogucharovo.

The ensemble of the estate "Bogucharovo", except Memorial interest, has an architectural and artistic value, which has interesting monuments of XVIII—XIX centuries and original, well-designed landscape park of XIX century.

The architectural complex of the estate "Bogucharovo" perfectly blended into the natural landscape and supplemented by artificially created park ensemble.

The first mention of the town Bogucharovo found in the "Abandoned book of 1664", which was kept as a genuine historical document passed down for centuries and is inherited by Homjakov family. It states that from September 13, 1664, "Heath Bogucharovo" becomes a generic owning landlords Homjakova.

After the October events in the ancestral home of A.S. Homjakov, the museum was created. Bogucharovsky museum belonged to the museums of a special kind, which has long existed in the West and appeared in Russia after the October Revolution. It is a museum of the homestead of life, covering a period from the XVIII century to the 60's of the XIX century.

As a consumer museum, Bogucharovsky museum closely associated with the place of its location in the province, as taken out the items in a different environment will lose its value. Museum can not be divorced from Bogucharovo because Bogucharovo is the cradle of important historical currents of Russian thought — slavophilism.

Until 1815 Homjakov's family lived in Moscow, and in the summer went to Bogucharovo. So childhood of future writer's is closely linked to Tula region.

After his death in 1860, the estate goes to his eldest son, Dmitri, who owned it until 1917. At the last owner of the estate are deployed large con-struction work: two wings are attached to the old manor house, new calf shed, updated and expanded greenhouses, built a house for the manager, and in 1894 built the bell tower, for which had been invited architects P.V. Zhukovsky, N.V. Sultanov.

Today the ensemble of the homestead is the memorial complex of buildings that witnessed the life and work of Homjakov: manor house with outhouses, fireplace room with beautiful moldings, Church of the Presentation of the Lord, designed by A.S. Homjakov and built by talented serf architect Sergei Alexandrov, bell tower, the only one in Russia reduced copy of Cam-panella at the Cathedral of St. Mark's in Venice, the manager house, regular and landscape parks, a system of three ponds and a cemetery located in the northwestern part of the estate, which preserved gravestones, the earliest of which date back to 1860.

By the presidential decree of 20.02.1995, No 176 homestead "Bogucharovo" has been included in the list of objects of historical and cultural heri-tage of federal importance.

Manor "Bogucharovo" is not only one of the jewels of the cultural heritage of the Tula region, but the example of Russian provincial manor house, which few in the Tula region and in Russia.

House-museum of V.V. Veresaeva is the only museum of Russian writer. The exhibition, placed in a museum dedicated to the life and work of the writer from 1867 to 1945. The heart of the exhibition — personal things of V.V. Veresaeva, his works, photographs, portraits, unique books with autographs, passed under the will of the writer as a gift to the Tula regional museum.

House-museum of V.V. Veresaeva is the only literary museum in Tula. Museum organizes literary and musical evenings, meetings with Tula writers. The museum continues to live and work, always throwing open the doors to welcome those who want to touch the culture and history of the Tula region.

 
Booking of hotels in Russia Search for cheap flights
 Hotels of Russia Cheap tickets