Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

Master's House

In the center of Moscow, among highways and high-rise buildings, a small wooden house and the surrounding lilac garden have miraculously survived. This unique building for these places is a prototype of the Master's house from the famous novel by Mikhail Bulgakov. The writer often visited his friend, an artist of the Maly Theater Topleninov, who even gave him a separate room, the same basement

“a huge room, fourteen meters,” as the Master himself described it in the novel.

In this room, contemporaries say, the first version of the famous novel was read for close friends for the first time. The writer's favorite stove has also been preserved, which warmed the Master throughout the winter - it is still in operation. However, the basement windows have long been bricked, and no one will see the garden awakening in the spring from them. This house is neither a museum nor a monument. But the private wooden house itself in the middle of the densely built center of Moscow is a real anomaly. The building keeps its secrets behind a tightly locked iron gate, above which you can see lilac bushes.

In the center of Moscow, among highways and high-rise buildings, a small wooden house and the surrounding lilac garden have miraculously survived. This unique building for these places is a prototype of the Master's house from the famous novel by Mikhail Bulgakov. The writer often visited his friend, an artist of the Maly Theater Topleninov, who even gave him a separate room, the same basement

“a huge room, fourteen meters,” as the Master himself described it in the novel.

In this room, contemporaries say, the first version of the famous novel was read for close friends for the first time. The writer's favorite stove has also been preserved, which warmed the Master throughout the winter - it is still in operation. However, the basement windows have long been bricked, and no one will see the garden awakening in the spring from them. This house is neither a museum nor a monument. But the private wooden house itself in the middle of the densely built center of Moscow is a real anomaly. The building keeps its secrets behind a tightly locked iron gate, above which you can see lilac bushes.

In the center of Moscow, among highways and high-rise buildings, a small wooden house and the surrounding lilac garden have miraculously survived. This unique building for these places is a prototype of the Master's house from the famous novel by Mikhail Bulgakov. The writer often visited his friend, an artist of the Maly Theater Topleninov, who even gave him a separate room, the same basement

“a huge room, fourteen meters,” as the Master himself described it in the novel.

In this room, contemporaries say, the first version of the famous novel was read for close friends for the first time. The writer's favorite stove has also been preserved, which warmed the Master throughout the winter - it is still in operation. However, the basement windows have long been bricked, and no one will see the garden awakening in the spring from them. This house is neither a museum nor a monument. But the private wooden house itself in the middle of the densely built center of Moscow is a real anomaly. The building keeps its secrets behind a tightly locked iron gate, above which you can see lilac bushes.

Adresse

Mansurovsky Pereulok, 9

La Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/dom-mastera/

Carte

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