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Museum-Flat of Zoya Kupriyanova, writer, poet, composer

Phone: (4012) 464-368

Address: 236040, Kaliningrad region, Kaliningrad, Sergeeva str., 23 - 11

Working hours:* Work time: Saturday 10 a.m. - 17 p.m. Monday - Friday - interactive excursions with music phone (you

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    A unique "Museum-Flat of Zoya Kupriyanova, writer, poet, composer" opened September 2, 2011 in Kaliningrad. Kaliningraders are proud of their talent and like to visit flat where she lived.

    Zoya Kupriyanova - member of the Union of Russian writers, the honoured member of the All-Russian musical association, Creative Director of the Kaliningrad regional public organization "Union of free writers", creator and Director of the ensemble "Song-Companion", known far beyond the borders of Kaliningrad. She wrote more than 800 songs and issued 28 books.

    Why you should visit it? You can see someone special's flat, the guitar on which she composed music, the desk where she wrote poems and stories, her rough copies and her library. There is cozy warm atmosphere in the flat, so you can take your time check out all the photos, trips chronicles, concert dress, personal letters

Museum's services:
   lecture hall

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

for museum professionals

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Foundation and opening day:
    founded: 2011г.
    opened: 02.09.2011

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Organisation type:
    culture for society


    permament show rooms 36м2
    museum's store 12м2

Employee number:
    5 (curators: 2)

Average visitors per year:

Collections volume:
    3500, rare collection's items: 500

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