Georgi Chicherin was born in 1872 in the Tambov Governorate and went on to become the first Soviet peoples’ commissar for foreign affairs. Chicherin served as Trotsky’s deputy during the Brest-Litovsk negotiations and made a substantial contribution in gaining foreign recognition for the Soviet Union. This museum is located in a 19th century wooden city estate house, which was owned by the Chicherin family. Inside the museum displays information on the Chicherin family and on Georgi Chicherin himself, including on his career and interest in classical music.
|Location||63 Ulitsa Sovetskaya|
|Clock||10:00 – 18:00. Closed Mondays and the last Friday of the month.|