Gorki is the name of a small village situated 30 kilometres southeast of Moscow and the beautiful estate located there. Lenin spent the last years of his life there. In the 16th century the estate belonged to Lidya Morozova, an industrialistís wife. After the revolution of 1917 it was confiscated and turned into Leninís residence where he recovered once after being wounded in 1918 and again after the stroke in 1922. Nowadays it houses a museum.
Old country mansion ďGorkiĒ, middle XVIII c.
Magnificent park, one of the best parks in Europe.
Leninís Study and Apartments at the Kremlin Museum.
Museum of Peasantsí life in Russia.
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