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Kurlina's House Museum Burnt in 2008 Reopened in Samara
31.12.2012 15:03
Kurlina's House Museum Burnt in 2008 Reopened in Samara

Creation of the museum exposition is planned to be completed by the end of 2014. 

      Till then the most available for visitors space will be the exhibition zone of the first floor opened for guest and temporary exhibitions.

      A historical and cultural monument of federal value — the Samara museum Kurlina's House, which was damaged by fire during restoration injured in 2008 – will be opened on Tuesday, the government of the Samara Region reports.

      Aleksandra Kurlina’s House Museum constructed in 1903 and mentioned in Alexey Nikolaevich Tolstoy's novel Going Through Purgatory was closed for reconstruction on June 1, 2008. All the furniture, equipment and exhibits were taken out. On December 25, 2008 during preparation for restoration, namely in the course of dismantling of the mansion’s heating strut a spark caused ignition on the first floor and the attic.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Samara Museums in Samara 

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