Korolenko museum, its garden and beehives, Poltava, Ukraine

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Olga I. Yakovenko on August 15, 2008

Vladimir G.Korolenko (1853-1921) is a famous writer and Human rights protector. He protected in Poltava and its area all people despite their political orientation during the Civil war and up to his death. He lived last part of his life and died in this house. His daugter organized and kept this museum (and evacuated it to the Ural during II WW, then brought back) until her death. Now this is a State Ukrainian museum, very well preserved, protected and develloped by its staff and its director Boris S. Bozhko.

Coal Miner's Boy on August 17, 2008

What wonderful information Olga. Thank you for sharing with us.

Greetings from northern California,

Paul

Olga I. Yakovenko on August 17, 2008

Thank you, Paul, for this comment. I think, if this is possible, we must explain to people what they see in our pictures. Olga

Very interesting information for Vladmir Korolenko!!!

Thank you Olga for sharing!

Greetings from Greece, Kostas

sonjamar on August 22, 2008

Very nice,thanks for information.Best wishes,Sonja&

Olga I. Yakovenko on October 25, 2008

This is one of the best litterature museums,that I have seen. Olga

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Photo taken in Oktyabrs'kyi district, Poltava, Poltavs'ka oblast, Ukraine

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    by Olga I. Yakovenko
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