He was born in Moscow, on Golikovskiy Pereulok, he spent his childhood and youth in Monetchiki and on Zhitnaya Street. Moscow for Ostrovsky also included Nikolovorobinskiy Pereulok, Volkhonka where he lived the last ten years of his life. It was Moscow that the important events in Alexander Ostrovsky's life and creative work were linked to in one way or another.
The online tour is led by senior researcher Polina Sokolinskaya.
Central A.A. Bakhrushin Museum House The Theatre Museum was founded in 1894 by the merchant, philanthropist, and art collector Alexey Bakhrushin.
Its unique collection houses over 1,5 million items and depicts the history of Russian theatre from its origin to the modern-day.
The museum's exhibition halls serve as a venue for workshops, round tables, conferences, lectures, and meetings with prominent members of the theatre community.
90 Years of the Moscow Planetarium
Russian wooden architecture
Shchepkin and Gogol. Two Geniuses
Stories of love in inhuman conditions
A journey through worlds created by classical and contemporary art,cinema and Russian folklore