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Bulgakov’s Memorial Flat


Bulgakov’s Memorial Flat
Bulgakov’s Memorial Flat

At the end of Tverskaya St. turn left. Now you are at Bolshaya Sadovaya Street. Walk down the left side of the street for approximately 7 minutes. Now you are near of one of the most famous flats of Moscow (10th, Bolshaya Sadovaya St., 34). This is the only Memorial museum of a famous Russian writer, Mikhail Bulgakov, the author of the legendary The Master and Margarita novel, which The Times has called one of the masterpieces of the 20th century. This flat is also an excellent example of a Soviet communal flat. In the former USSR such a flat was shared by several Moscow families. Each family owned just one room. Kitchens and bathrooms were shared as well. Separate flats were provided by the government only by the end of the 1980s. However some number of Moscow families still huddled together in shared apartments.

Bulgakov’s Memorial Flat
Bulgakov’s Memorial Flat
Mikhail Bulgakov and his wife were living in this shared apartment from 1921 to 1924. The couple occupied just one room. For a long time after the spirit of this flat stayed with Mr. Bulgakov. The image of this place was depicted in many books. Flat №34 is considered to be the prototype of the mysterious “Bad flat” in The Master and Margarita, occupied by Satan and Co. The attendants will be happy to tell you much more. The majority of the interior furniture here wasn’t owned by Mr. Bulgakov, however it helps to create the exact atmosphere the writer was immersed in. Visit the rooms in order to feel the spirit of Bulgakov’s times. However don’t stumble over the head of Berlioz in a corridor! By the way, the tram-killer is there as well. In Bulgakov’s room look out of the window. The view hasn’t changed, and you see exactly what the writer saw ninety years ago. Don’t forget about the kitchen! Primus stove, singing, accordion playing, chatting of its old lodgers – all these are the source of Bulgakov’s images and characters. In the flat you can also have a rest in a cozy café. The museum is open from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. (Sunday – Thursday), 1 p.m. -1 a.m. (Friday – Saturday).

 

 

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