Visit the memorial museums of two Russian namesake artists who lived and worked in the Tver region, an abandoned church with elaborate murals, and one of the most beautiful Russian estates.
In one day you will get acquainted with the works of two artists, walk around the romantic manor of the XVIII century, see amazing oil paintings in an abandoned church.
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Emmaus is the birthplace of Vladimir Serov. The museum holds family pictures, a self-portrait, war posters, several more oil paintings and the artist's easel. In total, there are more than 300 exhibits. The museum is open daily from 10:00 to 18:00.
Visit the memorial museum of another Russian artist, Valentin Serov, located in the beautiful wooden estate of Domotkanovo, owned by artist von Derviz. For 20 years this estate was home to artists and intellectuals of the late XIX century. Serov created here his best works of peasant cycle. The day off is Monday. In addition to a museum with an interesting art gallery, you should just walk along the magnificent alleys of the manor park and be inspired by the local landscape.
Beautiful church of the end of the XVIII century with baroque elements, built on the money of the landowner Myasnova. The interior was painted by a local peasant artist in 1836, some of the paintings have survived to this day. Part of the oil composition "Sermon on the Mount" has also survived.
Have lunch at the Savino Guest House restaurant.
The scale and monumentality of the palace and the park are amazing! Of course, now the territory is overgrown, many things are lost, such as a wooden bell tower, but the palace and the colonnade of 136 columns - a real architectural marvel. They say the estate was rented to open a hotel here, so make sure you get there before the grounds are closed.