The State Memorial and Natural Preserve "Museum-estate of Leo Tolstoy "Yasnaya Polyana"
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Yasnaya Polyana Book Award

The Yasnaya Polyana Book Award is an annual Russian literary prize established by Leo Tolstoy Museum and Samsung Electronics in 2003. The Award supports classic literature tradition and monitors trends of modern literature. Three nominations of Yasnaya Polyana Book Award are «XXI century», «Modern classics» and «Childhood. Adolescence. Youth».

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International Theatre Project “The Light that Shines in the Darkness”

Partners:

Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg GmbH (Germany)

Leo Tolstoy Museum-estate Yasnaya Polyana (Russia)                              

Duration: 2 years (January 2008 – December 2009)

Performances in Germany: August 14-16, 20-23, 2009

Performances in Russia: September 9-12, 2009   

“The Light that Shines in the Darkness” was the first joint project of the Yasnaya Polyana museum and the German foundation Schloss Neuhardenberg with its large experience of open-air theatrical performances. The joint efforts of the project partners were aimed to create and show to the public a bright and interesting performance, based on one of Leo Tolstoy’s last works – “The Light that Shines in the Darkness.” This play, which is autobiographical in many respects, reflects the last months of Tolstoy’s life at Yasnaya Polyana. 

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International Project Krapivna: Revival of a Jewel of the Russian Provinces

Partners:

Heritage of Thuringia Association (Heimatbund Thüringen e.V.), Germany

Heritage of Leo Tolstoy International Foundation, Russia                     

Project duration: 2 years (May 2007 – April 2009)

Krapivna – formerly a district center of the Tula Province, having a history of about 600 years – has long been known far beyond the borders of the Tula region, and not only to historians and literary critics with their professional research interests. The present-day Krapivna has become an attractive place for people of different professions and ages. Many tourists visit Krapivna during the annual Nettle Festival; but small groups of people also come here to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of an old provincial town and to feel the slow flow of time. 
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