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The Belov Apartment Museum

Phone: +7 (921) 142-08-56

Address: 160001, Vologda region,

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    Vasily Ivanovich Belov (1932-2012) is a Russian writer and a poet. He is one of the largest representatives of Russian Village Prose. He has written many well-known essays, short stories, and novels, including An Ordinary Affair (Privichnoe delo), A Carpenter's Stories (Plotnitskiye rasskazy), Irrevocable Years (Nevozvratnye gody), The Eves (Kanuny), The Year of a Major Breakdown (God velikogo pereloma), The Sixth Hour (Chas shestyi), Everything's Ahead (Vse vperedi), Harmony. Essays on Folk Aesthetics (Lad. Ocherki o narodnoy estetike), which has been called 'an encyclopedia of Russian peasant life', and many other literary works.

    The Belov Apartment Museum is one of the few Vologda Region literary museums, which preserves a unique memorial legacy of the famous Russian writer's life and literary works. The museum exhibits more than a thousand original objects belonging to the writer and his family. The atmosphere of the museum and its peculiarity can yield a better understanding and appreciating of the literary works created by the great master

Museum's services:
   museum shop, lecture hall

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Administrative phone:
    +7 (921) 126-14-23

Foundation and opening day:
    opened: 21.10.2015

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Organisation type:
    culture for society, scientific

    Historical,Literature,Memorial,Painting art

    permament show rooms 144,1м2

Employee number:
    2 (curators: 1)

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Collections volume:
    8285, rare collection's items: 8285

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