Museum "Vologda political exile"
Phone: (8172) 76-6950
Address: 160000, Vologda region,
www.russianmuseums.info/M1599 - official web page
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The museum "Vologda political exile" is situated in a log two-story house. Its exposition shows the history of Vologda exile that began in the 15th century. At first political and military enemies of the Russian Tsars - Ivan III and Ivan the Terrible lived in exile in the Vologda Region. The tradition was continued by the Romanovs.
The number of exiles grew up very quickly at the time of reforms. Only in Vologda at the beginning of 1903 there lived 60 men under the police supervision, among them there were V. Lunacharsky, B. Savinkov, A. Bogdanov, N. Berdyaev. The second wave of exiles came to Vologda after the first Russian Revolution in 1907-1910. Among exiles of that period there were future leaders of the Soviet State - V. Molotov, V. Podbelsky, M. Ulianova. The museum exposition also tells about Iosif Stalin who lived in the house while his exile in the Vologda Region
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(8172) 72-2283, Fax: (8172) 72-2283
Foundation and opening day:
culture for society
permament show rooms 74,9м2
4 (curators: 1)
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