Little bavaria


Furshtatskaya st., 50


10:00 – 22:00

Years of foundation


The picturesque street of the Bavarian city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber hid in the courtyard at 50 Furshtatskaya, not far from the Consulate General of Germany. Realistically painted facade of an old European house is twined with grapes, a bicycle is leaning next to the balcony, and a cat is sitting in the window of the second floor. And this is not a simple German “der Katz”, but the character of Nikolai Leskov’s novel “Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk County” - a mystical cat from a ghost scene. And all because from 1889 to 1895 the writer lived in this very house 50 in Furshtatskaya.

A courtyard with graffiti appeared here at the end of 2017 on the initiative of residents of the house and with the support of the district administration (which means communal services will not paint over it!). The entrance to the courtyard, as usual, is closed to the public, but you can get there by waiting for someone from the locals and asking permission to enjoy the local attraction.

Индивидуальные пешеходные экскурсии — обзорные, необычные, тематические
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