If you are interested in seeing something interesting and are tired of the typical sights of the capital, we recommend visiting Tarusa - one of the most striking cultural centers of Russia.
A rich historical past...
For many, this city is inextricably linked with the name of Marina Tsvetaeva. Joseph Brodsky was hiding from arrest here, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn was a guest at the cottage at Svyatoslav Richter. One way or another, this place has not changed since the time of famous figures. Once here, you can literally feel the atmosphere of that time.
The architecture of Tarusa is mainly of the 19th-20th centuries. Nice houses with neat, slightly worn out facades are buried in greenery. Svyatoslav Richter once said that: "...such a wonderful… place like Tarusa… I have not seen."
…... which can be found here
Many people recommend starting with a walk along the promenade, where there is a monument to Marina Tsvetaeva. It is from here that a charming view of the Oka and its surrounding nature opens. Only after what you see, you can start exploring other attractions (which, for a minute, more than 10) - the house-museum of Sergey Zharov, the Tsvetaev family, K. Paustovsky, N. Zablotsky, the Church of the Resurrection of Christ and other cultural monuments.
We recommend the opposite - end the tour with a pleasant walk along the promenade, admire the beautiful views of the Oka coast and relax in the bosom of nature.
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