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Bulgakov’s Moscow

Russia’s first research and educational multimedia project dedicated to places where Bulgakov lived or frequented. The project includes a printed map, navigation mobile app and website.

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WORDS AND THINGS: Unveiling a collection

Order is, at one and the same time, that which is given in things as their inner law, the hidden network that determines the way they confront one another, and also that which has no existence except in the grid created by a glance, an examination, a language; and it is only in the blank spaces of this grid that order manifests itself in depth as though already there, waiting in silence for the moment of its expression.
Michel Foucault
Les Mots et les choses: Une archeologie des sciences humaines

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Wednesday evening tours

If you want to find out about the life and works of Mikhail Bulgakov (in one and a half hours), then bring some friends or come in splendid solitude to the ‘bad apartment’ on Wednesday evening. >>>

 

Once at the Patriarch’s Ponds walking tour

A walking tour with a visit to the museum. The tour lasts 2 hours.

During this tour you may plunge into the mysterious events of the novel «The Master and Margarita» by Mikhail Bulgakov: the first meeting between Mikhail Berlioz and Ivan Bezdomny with a «foreign professor of black magic» Woland; an incident at the «Griboedov» restaurant; a fateful meeting of the Master and Margarita in a «crooked, dull street». You will find out where Bulgakov held a spiritualistic s?ance and where he met his third wife Elena Shilovskaya.

You will also visit «the Odd Flat» on Bolshaya Sadovaya, 10, where the writer lived from 1921 to 1924.

 

The route: «The Odd Flat» (Bolshaya Sadovaya street, 10, flat № 50) — Patriarch’s Ponds — Malaya Bronnaya street — Bolshoy Kozikhinskiy lane — Bolshaya Bronnaya street — Tverskoy Boulevard — Bolshoy Gnezdnikovsky lane.

 

Enroll on a tour: +7 (495) 699-53-66 or +7(915)393-03-60 — Elena, guide.

E-mail: bulgakovmuseum@gmail.com

 



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