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Abramtsevo

Abramtsevo Estate

Moscow region, Sergiev-Posad district
Abramtsevo village

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This famous estate of the Asakovs and Mamontovs is one of the most important and iconic centers of Russian culture. It was a creative workshop for dozens of great writers, actors, and artists. Over the years, the estate was visited by N. Gogol, I. Turgenev, I. Repin, V. Serov, and many other outstanding representatives of Russian culture.

  • The degree of preservation: Museum
  • Availability territory: Музей
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Ahtyrka

Ahtyrka Estate

Moscow region, Sergiev-Posad district
Ahtyrka village

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The Trubetsky’s estate established in the second quarter of the 18th century has virtually disappeared. A church from the 1820s built in the Empire style, a driveway with two rows of linden and spruce trees, and the overgrown remains of a landscape park with a pond remain of the estate. The scenic estate was visited by the composers N. Rubinstein and P. Tchaikovsky, and the artists A. Vasnetsov, M. Nesterov, V. Kandinsky, and others.

  • The degree of preservation: Poor
  • Availability territory: Доступно
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Aksinino

Aksinino Estate

Tula region, Venyov district
Aksinyino village

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The former estate of the Davydovs, relatives of Denis Davydov, the famous hero of the War of 1812. The estate’s interesting feature is a unique church with a dome crowned by a stone angel with a cross. Unfortunately, the buildings have been poorly preserved. The estate has a park and water reservoirs.

  • The degree of preservation: Poor
  • Transport accessibility: only on private transport.
Arkhangelskoye

Arkhangelskoye Estate

Moscow region, Krasnogorsk district
Arkhangelskoye village

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The only estate museum in Moscow vicinity, representing the grandeur of the richest nobility of the empire. Picturesque and diverse park with a tremendous view over Moskva river, signature palace with an orangery on top of it. The museum presents the interiors and the collections that partly remain in the palace. A key element of Golytsins and, later, Yusipovs family property, Arkhangelskoe is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of empirial Russia.

  • The degree of preservation: Museum
  • Availability territory: Музей
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Avchurino

Avchurino Estate

Kaluga region, Ferzikovo district
Avchurino village

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The famous Poltoratsky family manor, known for its developed economy, a library and a stylish metropolitan architecture, built with the assistance of the St. Petersburg master V.P.Stasov. The library building, known as "Gothic house" is realtively well preserved, serving currently a town cultural center. The collections had been relocated to Moscow upon 1917 devastation.

  • The degree of preservation: Better
  • Availability territory: Доступно
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Baryatino

Baryatino Estate

Kaluga region, Tarusa district
Baryatino village

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A rare XVIIth century estate with some buildings dating back to 1600s'. First, the domain of Prince Baryatinsky family, the estate was sold to Prince Boris Golitsyn, the teacher of Peter The Great. The manor and some outbuildings are pieces of utmost architectural importance and are relatively well preserved. The collections of art, sculpture and documents were collected here by generations of Golitsyn and successor Gorchakov family. Most of the estate treasuries are now placed in the museums in Moscow and Kaluga.

  • The degree of preservation: Better
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Belaya Dacha

Belaya Dacha Estate

Moscow region, Lyubertsy district
Kotelniki town, neighborhood Belaya Dacha, 1a

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Classicism estate manor that miraculosly survived in the middle of a modern town. The estate hosts an indoor agriculture museum that covers a century-long history of the Moscow's main greenhouse farm, "Belaya Dacha"

  • The degree of preservation: Average
  • Availability territory: Музей
  • Transport accessibility: only on private transport.
Belaya Kolp'

Belaya Kolp' Estate

Moscow region, Shahovskoi district
Belaya Kolp' village

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The remains of the primary ancestral estates of the Shakhovsky princes, which in the 19th century were known for their eventful cultural life. Today all buildings of the estate except for the church have been lost or partially destroyed. The church operates in the present day.

  • The degree of preservation: Average
  • Availability territory: Доступно
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Belkino

Belkino Estate

Kaluga region, Borovsk district
Belkin village, Borisoglebskaya street

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An impressive riun of what was once a family home of Vorontsov's family. The estate had been founded here by Ivan The Terrible's henchmen Maluta Skuratov in mid-1550's and inherited by marriage by Boris Godunov, Tsar-sucessor. In 1740's the estate falls in hands of Vorontsovs who comission a massive construction. The baroquescque palace, the church and some outbuldings (1774-1778) are beautiful yet ruined. The church (1773) is well preserved. Vorontsov's estate had hosted many famous Russian since Catherine The Great times.

  • The degree of preservation: Average
  • Availability territory: Доступно
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Bikovo

Bikovo Estate

Moscow region, Ramenskoe district
Bikovo village

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The famous estate, owned by Izmaylov and Vorontsov-Dashkov families, with a remarkable palace, resembling French Renaissance style and a unique "neo-gothic" church - the creation of great Russian architects V.I. Bazhenov and M.F.Kazakov

  • The degree of preservation: Better
  • Availability territory: Внешний осмотр
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Boblovo

Boblovo Estate

Moscow region, Klin district
Boblovo street

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The estate was owned by a famous Russian scientist Dmitry Mendeleev, a Russian chemist and inventor. He formulated the Periodic Law, created his own version of the periodic table of elements. Although most of the estate was destroyed in 1918-1919, one of the outbuildings is restored and serves as a museum. Mendeleev was a father-in-law of the famous Russian poeth Alexander Block, who visited Bovlovo number of times.

  • The degree of preservation: Museum
  • Availability territory: Музей
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Bobriki

Bobriki Estate

Tula region, Donskoy district
Sovetskaya square, 3-5, Krasnoarmeyskaya Street. 9K2

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Once the main residence of Count A.Bobrinsky (the illegitimate son of Catherine the Great), the Estate is now part of the town. Few classical buildings survived, including one of the smaller wings of the gorgeous palace (used now for a local museum with some interesting collections). Other preserved buildings are baroque-esque Christ The Saviour Church (1778) and the Bobrinsky family mausoleum.

  • The degree of preservation: Museum
  • Availability territory: Доступно
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Bogoroditsk

Bogoroditsk Estate

Tula region, Bogoroditsk district
Bogoroditsk town, Palace-Museum and Park, 1

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The Estate was founded in the 1770's as an ancestral home for Catherine The Great's illegitimate son Count A.Bobrinsky, A rare example of a residence that developed into a small town. The main palace was restored (rebuilt) in the 1970's along with some other baroque buldings. The famous park, once a creation of A.T.Bolotov, famous Russian landscaper, has not survived the Second World War and recent improvements. The main palace is home to a small but very interesting museum.

  • The degree of preservation: Museum
  • Availability territory: Музей
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Bogorodskoe

Bogorodskoe Estate

Moscow region, Ruza district
17 km from ralway station Dorpkhovo

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Preserved two single-storey outbuilding rebuilt; Church of the Intercession in 1807, erected instead of the old wood; the ruins of the stables in the shape of a horseshoe; Smithy and extensive landscaped linden park with a pond. The main house, outbuildings, park pavilions and sculpture lost in 1941

  • The degree of preservation: Average
  • Transport accessibility: only on private transport.
Bogoslovskoe

Bogoslovskoe Estate

Tula region, Yasnogorskii district
5 km from Ivan'kovo village

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The main house was demolished in the 1960s but the ruins of Bogoslovskaya church, a three-story parish school, residential buildings and outbuildings buildings, a pond and a well still remain of this estate from the late 18th century. The original wooden church by the architect M. Preobrazhenskiy burned down in 1908 and in 1910–11 by also one of his designs a church was built in a neo-Russian style.

  • The degree of preservation: Average
  • Transport accessibility: only on private transport.