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Mikhail Bulgakov's Apartment First Time Opened for Visitors
18.05.2016 14:41
Mikhail Bulgakov's Apartment First Time Opened for Visitors

The 125th anniversary since the birth of the great writer is celebrated with an exhibition in his apartment in Moscow.


      Mikhail Bulgakov's apartment in the Bolshaya Pirogovskaya Street in Moscow has been for the first time opened to general public. Visitors of the exhibition will see the unique original manuscript of the world famous Master and Margarita, a diary of the writer's wife and an original of his letter.


      It was in this apartment where Mikhail Bulgakov created the novel Master and Margarita, the first edition of which was burned down by him in the fireplace of one of these rooms. In this apartment the writer got a legendary call from Joseph Stalin, which in many respects determined Bulgakov's destiny.


      Until recently the writer's apartment was occupied with municipal services. They have moved to other premises, having vacated the historical space for Mikhail Bulgakov Museum.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mikhail Bulgakov Russian Writers Moscow Museums   

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