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Composer L.I. Voinov House Museum


Phone: (83445) 2-14-48

Address: 431220, Mordovia Republic,

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Internet:
    www.russianmuseums.info/M1458 - official web page
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Description:
    A house museum dedicated to Leonid Ivanovich Voinov, composer, organizer and director of a Russian folk instrument orchestra, was opened in Temnikov on 13th June 1969. The museum occupied the house built in 1954 on his parents' estate where L. I. Voinov had lived for the previous thirteen years. The permanent exhibition includes two memorial rooms where the composer's family lived and an exhibition hall with stands and showcases displaying photos and documents of L. I. Voinov's personal archive. In 1971, the house of L. I. Voinov's mother, Anna Nikolaevna, was reconstructed on the estate, the materials were transferred into it from the exhibition hall of the museum and a new, enlarged permanent exhibition was opened. The composer's house being vacant, the interiors of all the rooms were fully restored on the bases of his relatives' memories and using his personal things. This museum structure has been preserved till nowadays


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Administrative phone:
    (83445) 2-14-48



Foundation and opening day:
    founded: 05.07.1968
    opened: 13.06.1969

Organisation status:
   State Russia

Organization form:
   non-for-profit

Organisation type:
    culture for society

Classification:
    Memorial

Squares:
    permament show rooms 138м2
    museum's parks 0,3га

Employee number:
    1

Average visitors per year:
    600


Collections volume:
    1818, rare collection's items: 1818



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