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Feodosiya Literary-Memorial Museum of A.S. Grin

Phone: (36562) 3-53-20, 3-13-09

Address: 298100, Crimea Republic,

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    The Literary-Memorial Museum of A.S. Grin was opened in Feodosia on July 9th, 1970, in the house where the writer spent the happiest and most fruitful years of his life (1924-1929). Thanks to the fantasy of the author of the artistic design of the museum, the artist and architect S.G. Brodsky the house was turned into a symbolic sailing ship. This transformation was necessary to show the major theme of Grin's creative work - the theme of the sea romantic not only to tell the writer`s life story, but to reveal the world of his characters.

    The main idea of this House was and is the combination of the best, "recognition" of the like-minded, kindred souls. It is the museum of Creativity. It was the way the writer saw the world. That is why his House inspires musicians, artists, writers and actors. The admirers of the unusual Green's prose can hear the live music there, see the whole range of modern painting, graphics, standards of plastic arts and photography in display hails

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    hotels and restaurants

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Administrative phone:
    (36562) 3-53-20

Foundation and opening day:
    opened: 09.07.1970

Organisation status:

Organization form:

Organisation type:
    culture for society, scientific


    permament show rooms 293,32
    temporary exhibitions 107,32
    museum's store 952
    museum's parks 0,1

Employee number:
    23 (curators: 7)

Average visitors per year:

Specific departments:
    science library

Collections volume:
    17017, rare collection's items: 9592

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