Chekhov's House is one of the most remarkable memorials of the Russia culture, where a great Russian writer Anton Pavlovich lived and worked from 1892 until 1899. 'My estate's not much,' wrote playwright Anton Chekhov of his home at Melikhovo, south of Moscow, 'but the surroundings are magnificent'. Here, Chekhov wrote some of his most celebrated plays, including The Seagull and Uncle Vanya. The museum-reserve keeps the recollection of Chekhov-a writer, a doctor, a public figure-carefully. You will find out what Chekhov's Melikhovo was, what kind of person Chekhov was during the years of living in Melikhovo. You will visit rooms of Chekhov's house, stroll along the avenues, which remember his strides, dive into the delicate, imperceptible world of a beautiful man and a great writer.
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