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Borovsk street art by Vladimir Ovchinnikov

street art by Vladimir Ovchinnikov

The portrait of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky and his letter of July 4, 1934. Borovsk street art by Vladimir Ovchinnikov

Borovsk street art by Vladimir Ovchinnikov
An old town and the administrative center of Borovsk District of Kaluga Oblast, Borovsk exists since the 13th century. Its strong walls, towers, and a massive cathedral have survived from the reign of Boris Godunov. Among the monuments of Borovsk – the oldest wooden church in the region (the 17th century) and a museum of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, who lived and worked there as a teacher in 1880–1891. Meanwhile, Borovsk has recently become known for painted facades of its down-town buildings, and people call it the surreal capital of Kaluga region. The author of this street art – a local amateur painter Vladimir Ovchinnikov.

Street Artwork of a local amateur painter Vladimir Ovchinnikov

Alexandr Donskoy. Street Artwork of a local amateur painter Vladimir Ovchinnikov

Borovsk street art by Vladimir Ovchinnikov

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