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Kamenka, Tcherkassy, Alexander Pushkin and Peter Tchaikovsky, Eastern Historical Museum
Kamenka, Tcherkassy Alexander Pushkin and Peter Tchaikovsky, the Eastern Historical Museum, Exposure 2005 year
"Old historical, Museum and Park of the Decembrists, virtual tours"
Museum and Park of the Decembrists, full virtual tour map
A modest, cozy, chestnut-covered town of Kamenka in the Tcherkassy region.
The emerald necklace of the old river Taysmin, skirting the town - gives it a unique beauty and tranquility.
The city of Kamenka was founded in the 17th century, and by its name,
it is apparently associated with the granite banks of the river Taysmin,
lost in the immense gold of breadfields.
The history of the city is closely connected with the names of the heroes of the Patriotic War of 1812: Raevsky, Yermolov, Davydov.
The great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, exiled to the south of Russia by the tsarist government,
came to Kamenka several times during the years 1820-1822. Here he was breathing easily to the “supervised exiled poet”; here he rested with his soul.
In 1865, Pyotr Tchaikovsky came to hospitable Kamenka to his beloved sister Sasha (Alexandra Davydova,
who was married to the son of the Decembrist Davydov). Since then,
for 28 years, he has been visiting the city on the coast of Tiasmin almost every year.
Revolutions and Decembrists gathered in the premiure of Alexander Pushkin,
in the Green House: Pestel, Muravyov-Apostol, Bestuzhev-Ryumin,
the great Russian writer Alexander Pushkin stayed here, later the world-famous composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky stayed here also.
The museum house is modest and somewhat ascetic, located in an enchanting old oak forest,
not far from the coast of the river Taysmin. All that you see and hear, crossing its threshold,
will leave an indelible impression for life, and you may want to come here more than once.
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