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Lopasnya-Zachatievo

Lopasnya-Zachatievo Estate

Moscow region, Chehov district
Chekhov town

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Rare example of the Baroque-period estate, founded by Prince Vasilchikov family in XVIIth century. The glory days of the estate come with the reign of Catherine The Great, who favorited A.S.Vasilchikov. Red-and-white brick baroque manor, church and some outbuildings host the department of Tchekov's Museum (Melikhovo), as well al local history museum. The estate once belonged to Alexander Pushkin's siblings; in 1917, the manuscript of Pushkin's "History of Peter The Great" had been discovered in the archives here. Located in the middle of a spacious park with ponds and landscape archtecture.

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

Melihovo Estate

Moscow region, Chehov district
Melihovo village

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The estate once belonged to Anton Tchekhov (1892-1899), houses the museum of the writer and is one of the best preserved "smaller estates". Melikhovo is known since 1700, but the land was split between various owners several times. The manor built in 1840's, while most of the outbuildings constucted at the time when Tchekov lived in Melikhovo; some construction was done on his personal blueprints. The estate includes a rare 1775 wooden Christmas church, attached to an ancient cemetery with some XVIIth century gravestones. Lovely park and modest though beautiful countryside surround the estate, making a visit here a pleasure.

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

Molodi Estate

Moscow region, Chehov district
Molodi village

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Spacious estate established in 1700's by Count Fedor Golovnin, one of Peter The Great admirals. The only element of the ancient complex is the Resurrection Cathederal, that partly represents "Naryshkin's baroque" style (in 1790's the church was amended with two bell towers). The manor, now in ruins, constructed in 1780's as well as a park. On the edge of XXth century, the estate leased some land to "dachas", summer residences. Famous Russian poeth and Nober prize winner Boris Pasternak had spend some time at one of this dachas in 1910's.

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

Sadki Estate

Moscow region, Chehov district
Chehov town, Solnyshevskaya street, 6

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Modest estate, once a property of Yeropkin family, now is encilcled by a town of Tchekov. The manor house is rebuilt recently to keep the form of the original. Church od St.John The Baptist (1771) and the ruins of some outhouses are located in the spacious park with some ponds ashore of Lopasnya river.

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

Vas'kino Estate

Moscow region, Chehov district
Vas'kino village

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Prince Scherbatov's family estate in the middle of the huge pine forest. The manor (originally a wooden construction of 1820's, reconstructed to imitate the older building in 1980's) still delivers an impression of the rich and ambitious owner. Some elements of the estate derive from an earlier (XVIIth century) settlement. The estate played an important role in Russian cultural history of the XIXth century, as Prince Dmitry Scherbatov partonized the arts and literature. Russian philosopher Petr Chaadaev spend some months here, visiting his uncle. Anton Tchekhov was a regular guest here at the time when he owned a nearby Melikhovo.

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