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Novokuznetsk Literature and Memorial Museum F.M. Dostoyevsky

Phone: (3843) 36-0250

Address: 654034, Kemerovo region, 29, Dostoevskogo str., Novokuznetsk

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    A small house in Bol'shaya (today Dostoyevsky street) keeps a memory of a great Russian writer Fedor Mihailovich Dostoyevsky whose personality and works are still the subject of investigation of literary critics, philosophers and psychologists.

    Fedor Mihailovich's thoughts, dreams and hopes for future happiness were turned to this provincial uyezd town. M.D. Isaeva rented a room from June 1855 till February 1857 in house № 40 that belonged to a tailor Dmitriev. She was the women Fedor Dostoyevski, exiled noncommissioned officer of the 7th Siberian founding battalion came to Kuznetsk. They got married in the Grado-Kuznetskaya Odigitrievskaya church on the 6th of February 1857. After the wedding ceremony they lived in the town for several happy days and then left Kuznetsk forever. The house still kept memory of their stay and welcomed everyone willing to understand the writer's personality and creative works


Next to the museum there are:
    restaurant(s) or caffes

for museum professionals

Administrative phone:
    (3843) 36-0250

Foundation and opening day:
    founded: 17.05.1980
    opened: 01.03.1991

Organisation status:

Organization form:

Organisation type:
    culture for society, scientific


    permament show rooms 100м2
    temporary exhibitions 91м2
    museum's store 46м2
    museum's parks 25га

Employee number:
    22 (curators: 6)

Average visitors per year:

Specific departments:
    archive, science library

Collections volume:
    10740, rare collection's items: 7340

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