Lessons in affection for Motherland

Writer Vyacheslav Adamchik’s museum opens in agro-town of Krutilovichi

Writer Vyacheslav Adamchik’s museum opens in agro-town of Krutilovichi, in Dyatlovo District, not too far from district centre of Novogrudok
By Victor Andreev

Writer Vyacheslav Adamchik’s museum opens in agro-town of Krutilovichi, in Dyatlovo District, not too far from district centre of Novogrudok


The country has few museums devoted to individual writers, although Minsk has those dedicated to Kolas, Kupala, Bogdanovich, Bykov, and Brovka. Orsha has a museum devoted to Korotkevich and, now, Adamchik’s museum has launched in a local school, run by geography and history teacher Sergey Kosko.

Adamchik was not born in Krutilovichi — but 3km away, in the village of Vorokomshchina. Mr. Kosko believes that youngsters will learn much about their locality from the museum since the writer ‘loved his land’ and described local life in his stories and novels. The teacher tells us, “His works and personality will help impart patriotism among pupils. The museum is set up in a classroom of Belarusian language, showing photos and personal belongings owned by the writer: his desk, typewriter, lamp, iron and other items. Many were donated by his family, including his sons: Adam Globus and Miroslav Adamchik.

Mr. Kosko has also worked with his colleagues at the school to unveil a plaque to Vyacheslav Adamchik, near Vorokomshchina. The house in which he was born still stands and will, one day, house the museum.
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