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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.
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.
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.
Bogucharovo

Bogucharovo Estate

Tula region, Leninskii district
Oktyaborskiy village

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Well-preserved family estate, once an ancestral domain of the acclaimed Russian poet and playwright A.S.Khomyakov. The establishment of the settlement goes back to 1644. The main palace and some other outbuildings are preserved original 18th century ensemble; the Presentation in Temple Cathedral (1836, Empire style) with a unique belltower that imitates La Campanilla de San Marco in Venice. The estate houses a museum, devoted to A.Khomyakov.

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

Dvoryaninovo Estate

Tula region, Zaokskii district
Dvoryninovo village

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Family estate of A.T.Bolotov, famous Russian park architect and botanist Andrey Bolotov. Main house has burnt out in 1930's but was reconstructed in the 1980's, becoming a small provincial museum. The gardens and part of Bolotov's parks are preseved; the museum also conducts research on Bolotov's botanical collections.

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

Isakovo Estate

Tula region, Venyov district
Isakovo village

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A rare ensemble of small Baroque style estates of the Ignatievs. The estate’s interesting feature are the unusual architectural designs — there is a building with two semi-circular projections and the inactive church is faced with white stone. Unfortunately, all the buildings are continuing to deteriorate.

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

Khruslovka Estate

Tula region, Venyov district
Malaya-Hruslovka village

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Once a gorgeous estate of von Meck's family, themed after British Georgian style. Nadezhda von Meck, who comissioned the construction, was a lifelong friend of Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Despite the Soviet time devastation, the palace still has some interiors and the park keeps its picturesque idea.

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

Kolosovo Estate

Tula region, Aleksin district
8 km from Alexina town (Kaluga Province. Tarussky county).

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Ruins of the romantic neo-gothic castle over a high bank of the Oka river. Paskhalov family manor, 1890's. The park has some remainin architectural elements, as well as the period industrial buildings

  • The degree of preservation: Average
  • Transport accessibility: by public or private transport.
Maloe Pirogovo

Maloe Pirogovo Estate

Tula region, Shchokino district
Pirogovo village, 2-e

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A picturesque Estate that was owned by Leo Tolstoy's sister Maria and then his daughter of the same name. A modest though lovely house hosts a museum collection from "Yasnaya Polyana"; other buildings have been ruined but are undergoing restoration.

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

Molodenki Estate

Tula region, Kimovsk district
Molodenki village

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One of the thoroughly rebuilt Razumovsky estates where L. Tolstoy was a guest. It is built in a classical style. You can see several surviving buildings, a landscaped park, and an inactive Vvedenskaya stone church.

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

Myshenki Estate

Tula region, Zaokskii district
6 km from Zaokskiy village

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A linden park with a cascade of ponds remains of the estate that was founded in the 1710s. v. Rudnev, commander of the legendary cruiser Varyag, owned the estate from 1907 and is buried nearby at the southern wall of a Kazan church (1770) in the village of Savino; in 2004 a museum dedicated to him opened near the church.

  • The degree of preservation: Poor
  • Transport accessibility: only on private transport.
Nikolo-Zhupan'

Nikolo-Zhupan' Estate

Tula region, Odoev district
Nikolo-Zhupan' village

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The Mirkovich Family Estate. Currently under the same family management, this stately home was once a breeding nest of an important military dynasty that supplied imperial Russia with numerous generals and commanders. The ensamble includes a modest classicist estate home, some outbuildings and partly preserved church (1701). The estate is located on the picturesque banks of the Upa river.

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

Nikolsko-Vyazemskoe Estate

Tula region, Chern' district
Nikolsko-Vyazemskoe village

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Old noble estate that once belonged to Leo Tolstoy's father, count Nikolay Tolstoy. The wooden manor is a 1987 restoration, hosting a department of the "Yasnaya Polyana" National Museum. The estate comprises of lovely ancient apple orchards, some parts of the historic park and a gorgeous natural setting on a foothill. Many Russian writers had visited Leo Tolstoy who used to spend some summers in Nikolskoe.

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

Polenovo Estate

Tula region, Zaokskii district
Musei-Usadba Polenovo

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Famous jugendstil estate belonged to a renowed Russian impessionist artist Vasily Polenov, on the banks of Oka river. The buildings and the park are perfectly preserved and serve home to one of the most interesting art and history museums on the countryside of Russia. Trinity Chuch in Beechovo (1906) was constructed after Polenov's own design, and is by far the best example of neo-Russian style.

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