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Memorial Museum of F. M. Dostoyevsky

The literary and memorial museum of Fyodor Dostoyevsky was open in 1971, marking the 150th anniversary of the writers birthday. The writer lived the last part of his life in these apartments. The novel Karamazov Brothers was written here.

The interiors of rooms have been restored according to memoirs of Dostoyevskys contemporaries and archive materials. Exhibits include original paraphernalia of the writers family and books presented to the museum by his offspring. A big literary exposition tells about the life and creation of Dostoyevsky.

The museum has become a research and cultural centre holding exhibitions, music concerts and literary soirees, as well as demonstrations of films after Dostoyevsky and the annual international readings Dostoyevsky and World Culture.

5/2, Kuznechny pereulok

Getting there:

St. Petersburg, 5/2, Kuznechny pereulok (Vladimirskaya or Dostoyevskaya metro stations)

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