Journey to the 19th century: ancient monasteries, manors and memorial sites of the Patriotic War of 1812. – Road.Travel

Journey to the 19th century: ancient monasteries, manors and memorial sites of the Patriotic War of 1812.

Road Trip Route. We explore the sights of the XIX century., Let's find out what happened in 1812 from and before, Let's visit the Zosimov desert., We're going to the estates with an interesting history., And the places where A.S. Pushkin grew up....

If you are a fan of your country's history and an active researcher, then this short journey is sure to please you. We will travel to the main battle sites of the Patriotic War of 1812. We'll visit some interesting manors of the XIX century. We'll have a little rest on the bank of the pond. In general, I promise you an interesting route deep into history.

History and Culture, Families with Kids. From: Moscow

Anastasia Baklanova. Traveller.

Travel Itinerary and Road Trip Route

Day 1: In the wake of the Patriotic War of 1812.

Today we will visit many historical sites and plunge into the atmosphere of 1812. The day will be as full as possible.

Borodinskoye Pole

I suggest that our journey "back in time" begins with an unusual museum. Here you can get acquainted with the events that took place near Moscow in 1812. The Battle of Borodino is the key one in the Battle of Moscow. Pay attention to the operating mode: From April to October: from 10:00 to 18:00 (cash desk till 17:30) November to April: from 9:00 to 17:00 (till 16:00) The weekend is Monday and the last Wednesday of the month.

Династия

Before we start sightseeing, we'll have a little refreshment. Restaurants in Maloyaroslavets have some noble names. We chose "Dynasty" and did not regret, the dishes are modern, they are tasty.

Военно-исторический музей 1812 года

Let's continue our fascinating journey "back to the past." What will Maloyaroslavets tell you about the events of 1812? It is a very interesting museum, where you can learn more about historically important events for our country. Here you can find samples of weapons and military ammunition and a large collection of paintings and drawings, dedicated to battle scenes. Operation mode: from 10-00 to 17-30 from May to October, the day off of the main and two-story buildings is Monday; from May to October, the day off of the Chapel of the Diorama is Monday and Tuesday; from November to April, the weekends of all buildings are Sunday and Monday; the last Friday of each month is a health day.

Монумент Победы 1812 года

Maloyaroslavets is a pleasant city, attracting with its ancient architecture and historical monuments. After the museum, it's time to take a short walk and capture another monument, which is dedicated to the events of 1812.

Сквер им. 1812 года

Not far from the Victory Monument of 1812 there is a cozy square, and I suggest you visit it before dinner and carefully study other monuments that perpetuate the events of the war with Napoleon.

Гусарская баллада

And after the walk we go to dinner in a cafe with a brave name "Hussar Ballad". Hussars drinking champagne, we did not meet there (maybe it is for the best), but fed us delicious!

Day 2: Some shrines and other interesting places.

We will visit several important monuments of Orthodoxy, and after a rest on the lake shore.

Stato del пицца

Although there are many cafes in Maloyaroslavets, but they open mostly closer to lunch. And it's time for us to leave. So let's look at the local pizzeria, at the same time take food skillfully, in case we get hungry during long trips.

Gazpromneft filling station #430

It's a great trip, isn't it? And to make it dynamic, come to the Gazpromneft filling station, take water and a snack.

Троице-Одигитриевская Зосимова Пустынь Женский Монастырь

Zosimov Desert is located near Naro-Fominsk. The monastery was founded by St. Zosima in 1826, and until 1918 the convent was a haven for the Orthodox. Nowadays you can see such sanctuaries as the Church of St. John the Baptist at the ancient manor house of Atheneevo. And immediately visit the famous and mysterious house with toys, located near the Desert.

Усадьба Старо-Никольское

The estate was founded in the second half of the XVII century by the boyar F.M. Rtishchev-Bolshiy and belonged to his family until 1780s, then to I.P. Musin-Pushkin. It was there that the main three-storey house and the two-storey outbuilding were erected. We go on a tour of the restored estate, and then, sitting on the bench, we will be refreshed with pre-purchased delicacies from the pizzeria. Please note, the estate is closed on weekends.

Пляж на Новом озере

We have a rather busy journey, so the evening of the second day I suggest to spend in a quiet atmosphere, walking along the lake shore.

Версаль

Very atmospheric place! It's not only very beautiful, but also very tasty!

Day 3: Moments from the life of A.S.Pushkin.

The final day of the trip you can spend in the places where the famous and beloved poet Alexander Pushkin lived and created.

Пекарня

Today's day would be a good start with delicious baked goods and invigorating coffee.

Государственный историко-литературный музей-заповедник А.С. Пушкина

I suggest today to plunge into the atmosphere of Alexander Sergeyevich's childhood. The poetic homeland of Pushkin is called Zakharovo and Vyazemy estates near Moscow, as his childhood years have passed here.

Усадьба «Вязёмы»

These places are connected with the key events in the history of Russia: "Troubled times", Petrovsky Transformation, Patriotic War of 1812. This is where Kutuzov's quay was made. Visiting is possible from Tuesday to Sunday.

Pizza Festa (Пицца Феста)

I suggest to stay in a cozy cafe, have a drink, share impressions of the trip. Not only pizza is served here, you can also try pasta and several kinds of soups.

Пушкинский парк

Visiting the places where Alexander Pushkin grew up one cannot ignore this park: beautiful, cozy, immediately brings to mind the fairy tales written by the famous poet. Here you can even find the heroes of these fairy tales.

Преображенская церковь

Another curious place near the Pushkin Park is the Church of the Transfiguration - it is interesting because it was erected in the late 16th - early 17th century by order of Boris Godunov. In the early XVII century, on the way to Moscow, Marina Mnishek stopped and prayed in the church in Nikolsko-Vyazemy. At the altar of the temple rest the ashes of Nicholas Sergeyevich Pushkin, who died at the age of six years, younger brother of Alexander Pushkin. Alexander himself and his grandmother, Maria Alexeevna, and his sister Olga went to the Transfiguration Church from Zakharov, to Sunday Liturgy. The War of 1812 crippled the church. Some shrines of the temple were taken to Moscow and there are hidden in the ground, in the gardens of private homeowners.

Серая лошадь

You can have dinner in a cozy restaurant with very tasty food and great interior! You can also take a walk around the territory, take pictures with an old carriage and Baba-yaga's hut.