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I am confused. Is this an article about a museum (as the introduction implies) or a town? If the former, then it should not exist at all. If the latter then it is using the wrong template.--Burmesedays 23:52, 18 June 2011 (EDT)

First, it can be considered both quite easily, since both the town and museum share the same name. Second, "museum" is a loose term here—think "museum-reserve" (if that makes any sense—this might be a Russian concept). The official name, translated literally, is "State Historical-Literary Memorial and Nature-Landscape Museum-Reserve." The abstracted "museum" covers a large rural area, with the important sites being too far away from each other to walk. I think the way things are being grouped into this article makes sense. --Peter Talk 00:25, 19 June 2011 (EDT)
Thanks Peter for the clarification. Does the park template make sense or should it be using small city? --Burmesedays 03:05, 19 June 2011 (EDT)

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