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Literary Memorial Museum of N. Ostrovsky

Литературно-мемориальный музей Н. Островского

“The people do not forget such persons...” - these are the words of Yu.A. Gagarin about the author of the novel "How the Steel Was Tempered" by N.А. Ostrovsky. For many years the name of this man has been a symbol of our country and the pride of the people. Millions of visitors came to the writer's memorial museums in Sochi, Moscow, Shepetovka, Novorossiysk. In the list of these museums, the Sochi writer's house was opened first.

In 1935, the Soviet government presented N.A. Ostrovsky's house in Sochi on the street, which already in 1936 was named after the hero of his novel - Pavel Korchagin. In this house in the last months of his life N.A. Ostrovsky worked on the novel "Born by the Storm".

On May 1, 1937, in the last Sochi apartment of Nikolai Ostrovsky, a museum named after him was opened. In 1938, an exhibition pavilion was opened with the first literary exposition "The life and work of N. Ostrovsky."

Through the efforts of the museum staff and friends of Nikolai Alekseevich, stock collections were completed, the first brochures, booklets about the museum, and biographical materials were published.

In 1956, next to the writer's memorial house, the building of the literary part of the museum was built, where in 1957 the historical and literary exposition "Life is a feat" was opened.

Литературно-мемориальный музей Н. Островского

Literary Memorial Museum of N. Ostrovsky

Krasnodar region, Sochi, Korchagin street, 4

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