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Bobriki

Bobriki

The museum complex is located in the historic part of the city — on Bobrik-Mount.

Right here, on the high green hill at the confluence of the rivers Don and Bobrik, Catherine II founded manor "Bobrik" in the second half of the XVIII century, which inherited Alexey Bo-brinskii — the son of the Empress and the Count Grigory Orlov.

Prince S.V. Gagarin supervised the construction of the estate complex. Drafting of the project of the manor house and the church was entrusted to the talented Russian architect I.E. Starov. He also designed layout of the park. Prince Gagarin suggested direct control of the estate to the famous agronomist and horticulturist of the XVIII century A.T. Bolotov.

In 1815, the architectural complex of the estate got a new building — the ancestral tomb Bobrinskys earls. It was designed by V. Milinskii and built in the manor park. The decision on the construction of the tomb was made after the death of the founder of Bobrinskys family, the Count A.G. Bobrin-sky, by his widow Anna Vladimirovna. Later in that tomb there were buried four generations Bobrinskys. In 1920, the burial in the tomb was opened and the ashes of Bobrinskys buried in a common grave. In 2001, the burial was found in the excavation, and anthropological analysis was conducted by MSU staff. In December 2003, was the reburial of Bobrinskys to ancestral family tomb.

Up to the present day from all the vast palace complex preserved wings of the main house, the temple of the Holy Transfiguration (the federal monument of XVIII century), a chapel and burial Bobrinskys' (a federal monument of architecture of XIX century), outbuilding, built in the middle of the XIX century by the owner of the estate "Bobriki" Earl A. Bobrinsky and manor park. Manor "Bobriki" — the main exhibit of the museum complex.

 
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