While visiting the U.S. Embassy, we had a lot of time to walk around Arbat in Moscow. We went to the Patriarch Pond and to Bulgakov’s House, where he wrote “The Master and Margarita” (affiliate link).
Moscow’s Patriarch Pond and its park are the setting for Bulgakov’s opening of “Master and Margarita” (affiliate link). It also pays homage to Russian Fablist Ivan Krilov. Check out our photos of Bulgakov’s home.Continue reading Moscow’s Patriarch Pond: ‘Master and Margarita’ Opening Scene
Mikhail Bulgakov developed his classic “Master and Margarita” in this house in Moscow.Continue reading Where Bulgakov Developed ‘Master and Margarita’