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About Socialization of Restored Mansions in Russia

Zukhra N. Gaptraupova, Juliana G. Emanova, Rada I. Salakhova


 The article is devoted to the socialization of the restored mansions in Russia. In the modern world the process of creation museums is happening widely. Not only interest to the past is developing, but searching the most effective forms of communication with artifacts takes place. This interest is stable and so versatile, as it is beginning to become attractive to the commercial sphere. Gathering and collecting becomes a specific form of activity and communication. Socialization of this direction requires new forms. Modern conditions allow to create not only gatherings or collections of individual art objects, but also to create large, coherent historical-subject objects - to reconstruct the estates and to establish private museums. The article traces the main stages of the study of the history of estates. The estate is considered as the center of culture and spirituality. The article refers to the identity of a Russian estate and its difference from similar forms of economy and way of life in other countries. The main part of the article is devoted to the combination of museum function of restored estates with their natural form of existence. Optimal form is an estate museum. An estate museum essentially is an environmental museum that harmoniously combines tangible – immovable and movable objects with the human, natural and intangible resources. 


Estate, estate museum, environmental museum, museums creation, museum, landscape, architectural ensemble, cultural tourism.

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