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Museums of the Russian Park
January 14, 2016 17:20

Russian Park is a huge recreational area of 200 hectares, opened in the summer of 2014. As conceived by businessman Sergey Efimenko, who invented the Russian Park it should be Russian world in a miniature: all world achievements of national civilization from classical music to Guryev porridge.

It is a place where tourists can join in these achievements and it is one of the Russian symbols, Pleshcheevo Lake shore in Pereslavl-Zalessk. It is a historic landscape and is included in the Golden Ring of Russia. In this background of the landscape seven museums are opened representing the Classic Russia, which many have forgotten, or never knew it existed: Russian inventions and Russian fashion, the Russian measures of volume and weight, Russian classical music, Russian manor house and life of the XIX century, Russian reading and writing, Russian tea and Russian kvass. In a perfect world, a visit to the Russian World has to show to the tourists that the representative of the Russian civilization has little to do with cliched character of human bear who wears felt boots (valenki), playing the accordion, drinking vodka and assembles the Kalashnikov.

Today  the following museums are open in the Russian Park:
-  Museum “What have the Russian invented first in the world”;
- Museum of Russian proverbs and fun “Petrushka”;
- House-cottage with an exposition of noble women's suits of XIX century;
- Tea tasting Museum;
- Kvass tasting Museum;
- Museum of Russian Architectonics;
- Rural houses with a painted interior. 
They are planning to create one more museum-exposition called “Russian do not surrender”. It is based on a bright and terrible episode of World War I, known as “Attack of the Dead”.  On July 24 (August 6) 1915 several dozen half-dead soldiers poisoned by toxic gases of the 13th troop of 226th  Zemlyansky Regiment, defended Osovets, went into a bayonet counterattack, plunged into panic and made the advancing German army of seven thousand run away. The themed alleys are laid between the museums: alley of celebrations, alley of Russian font, alley of Russian fresco, alley of carved architraves, alley of history and architecture and alley of Russian folk tales. According to our correspondents the cuisine in the Russian Park is best in Pereslavl.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Yaroslavl Region Pereslavl-Zalessky Russian Park   

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