Кустова Надежда Павловна
Imagine you walking through the little cosy town of Myshkin, scattered along the picturesque left bank of Volga river, and looking at old merchant houses. It’s impossible to believe that 20 years ago this town wasn’t on any Russian maps.
Myshkin comes from Russian word “mysh”- mouse, and legend says that the mouse, saved a Russian prince from a snake gave the name to this town. But Myshkin is also known as a “Town of 10 museums”. Here you can find some unique museums like “Russian felt boot museum” and the “Mouse museum”. Myshkin is located 100 km from Yaroslavl and 280 km from Moscow. It has population of 6 thousand people. About 70 thousand of tourists visit Myshkin every year.
Before 1777 it was a village. But XIX century was a golden one in history of Myshkin. It was a trade and agricultural center and had it’s famous Myshkin fair. Myshkin supplied St. Petersburg with grain, dairy products and fabrics of flax. In that time the merchants grew wealthy and built churches and houses. Fortunately they were kept well, so today you can see how people lived in typical provincial town in XIX century.
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