Fodor's Expert Review Andrei Bely Apartment Museum


On display are artifacts from the life of the writer Andrei Bely (1880–1934), considered to be one of the great Russian Symbolists—he's most famous for his novel Petersburg. The "Lines of Life" drawing on the wall of the first room shows the "energy" of Bely's life (the blue line in the middle) marked by dates and names of people he knew during specific times. The keepers of the museum offer exhaustive tours of the apartment, but they are in Russian only.

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55 ul. Arbat
Moscow, Moscow  119002, Russia


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: 200 R, Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. 10--6, Thurs. 12--9, Closed Mon., Tues. and the last Fri. of the month

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