I love the graffiti up the hallway into the flat. Life in communal flats under Soviet rule is shown here, though information is provided in Russian for the most part. The rooms are beautifully laid out, both showing how Bulgakov lived whilst also combining aspects of art in some creative installations. There was also the big black cat, Begemoth from Master and Margarita I presume, asleep amongst old typewriters which made for great pictures and a marvellous atmosphere. The museum is free for students and just really lovely.
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