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grave of the famous swindler Sonya Zolotoy Ruchka

Some places in the city attract you, although they are not written about in tourist guides, and on the approaches to them there is no snake-shaped queue at the ticket office.

Sonya Zolotaya Ruchka is the very example when shameless robbery causes not anger among others, but smiles and admiration. Her approach to all her adventures was creativity in its pure form, for example, the famous Gutten Morgen room: when staying in hotels, she first of all looked closely at wealthy travelers, chose the “victim”, and early in the morning she broke into the room when the guest was still sleeping, where she quickly searched for jewelry in her pockets, suitcases and drawers of cabinets. And if the landlord suddenly woke up, she greeted him in German (gutten morgen), and calmly pretended to be in her room, and in the conversation she “found out” that she had made the wrong door, and it turns out that it is in someone else's “possessions”.

The place where Sophia Ivanovna Blyuvshtein, better known to us as Sonya Zolotaya Ruchka, is buried, to whom many feature films and literary works are dedicated, is rightfully considered informal a city landmark, where modern adventurers and anyone interested in unofficial urban history come.

Despite the fact that the adventurer died on Sakhalin, where she was exiled when she was once again caught stealing jewelry, there is an opinion that instead of the famous thief, Another woman was sent to the island, and Sonya herself, after the hype around her name subsided, began to lead a measured and orderly life, not betraying her previous inclinations.

Legend also says that after her death, Odessa swindlers ordered Italian craftsmen and erected a monument on her grave, where numerous fans began to flock, because despite contradictory memories left by contemporaries, although the thief was not an undeniably beautiful woman, she was given an incredibly witchcraft charm by the charm that she so skillfully and boldly used in their risky “undertakings”.

Some places in the city attract you, although they are not written about in tourist guides, and on the approaches to them there is no snake-shaped queue at the ticket office.

Sonya Zolotaya Ruchka is the very example when shameless robbery causes not anger among others, but smiles and admiration. Her approach to all her adventures was creativity in its pure form, for example, the famous Gutten Morgen room: when staying in hotels, she first of all looked closely at wealthy travelers, chose the “victim”, and early in the morning she broke into the room when the guest was still sleeping, where she quickly searched for jewelry in her pockets, suitcases and drawers of cabinets. And if the landlord suddenly woke up, she greeted him in German (gutten morgen), and calmly pretended to be in her room, and in the conversation she “found out” that she had made the wrong door, and it turns out that it is in someone else's “possessions”.

The place where Sophia Ivanovna Blyuvshtein, better known to us as Sonya Zolotaya Ruchka, is buried, to whom many feature films and literary works are dedicated, is rightfully considered informal a city landmark, where modern adventurers and anyone interested in unofficial urban history come.

Despite the fact that the adventurer died on Sakhalin, where she was exiled when she was once again caught stealing jewelry, there is an opinion that instead of the famous thief, Another woman was sent to the island, and Sonya herself, after the hype around her name subsided, began to lead a measured and orderly life, not betraying her previous inclinations.

Legend also says that after her death, Odessa swindlers ordered Italian craftsmen and erected a monument on her grave, where numerous fans began to flock, because despite contradictory memories left by contemporaries, although the thief was not an undeniably beautiful woman, she was given an incredibly witchcraft charm by the charm that she so skillfully and boldly used in their risky “undertakings”.

Some places in the city attract you, although they are not written about in tourist guides, and on the approaches to them there is no snake-shaped queue at the ticket office.

Sonya Zolotaya Ruchka is the very example when shameless robbery causes not anger among others, but smiles and admiration. Her approach to all her adventures was creativity in its pure form, for example, the famous Gutten Morgen room: when staying in hotels, she first of all looked closely at wealthy travelers, chose the “victim”, and early in the morning she broke into the room when the guest was still sleeping, where she quickly searched for jewelry in her pockets, suitcases and drawers of cabinets. And if the landlord suddenly woke up, she greeted him in German (gutten morgen), and calmly pretended to be in her room, and in the conversation she “found out” that she had made the wrong door, and it turns out that it is in someone else's “possessions”.

The place where Sophia Ivanovna Blyuvshtein, better known to us as Sonya Zolotaya Ruchka, is buried, to whom many feature films and literary works are dedicated, is rightfully considered informal a city landmark, where modern adventurers and anyone interested in unofficial urban history come.

Despite the fact that the adventurer died on Sakhalin, where she was exiled when she was once again caught stealing jewelry, there is an opinion that instead of the famous thief, Another woman was sent to the island, and Sonya herself, after the hype around her name subsided, began to lead a measured and orderly life, not betraying her previous inclinations.

Legend also says that after her death, Odessa swindlers ordered Italian craftsmen and erected a monument on her grave, where numerous fans began to flock, because despite contradictory memories left by contemporaries, although the thief was not an undeniably beautiful woman, she was given an incredibly witchcraft charm by the charm that she so skillfully and boldly used in their risky “undertakings”.

Address

st. Sergey Makeev, 15

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/mogila-znamenitoj-aferistki-sonki-zolotoj-ruchki/

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