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The Idiot Map

Locations in The Idiot, a novel written in 1868-69 by Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881)

"Maps of the Classics" by Peter Biggins
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Pskoff
Pskov, Pskov Oblast, RU
Where Rogojin's aunt lived.
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Warsaw
Warsaw end of the Warsaw and Pertersburg Railway.
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Saint Petersburg Station
Vitebsky railway station, where the Prince, Rogozhin, and Lebedev arrived on the train in Saint Petersburg
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Transfiguration Cathedral
Near where General Epanchin lived.
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Voznesenssky Prospect
Voznesenskiy pr.
СПБ,, RU
Direction taken by Rogozhin, with Lebedev, when the train arrived in Saint Petersburg.
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Valais
VS, CH
Canton where the Prince went for treatment in Professor Schneider's institution.
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Eydkuhnen
Chernyshevskoye, Kaliningrad Oblast 238000, RU
Town the Prince travelled through on his way from Switzerland to Saint Petersburg. Where the Prussian Eastern Railway connected with the Saint Petersburg – Warsaw Railway.
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Bolshoi
Where Rogojin went to catch sight of Nastasia Philopovna.
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Avraamy Monastery
Chukhloma, Kostroma Oblast 157130, RU
Abbey headed by Pafnuty, whose handwriting was copied by the Prince.
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Basel Art Museum
16 St. Alban-Graben
Basel, BS 4051, CH
Where the Prince saw the Beheading of John the Baptist
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Dresden Gallery
Where the Prince saw a copy of The Madonna with the Family of Burgomeister Jaoob Meyer by Hans Holbein the Younger
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Elisavetrag
Kropyvnytskyi, Kirovohrads'ka oblast, UA
Where the Prince believed his father died.
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Vassilievsky Island
Saint Petersburg, RU
Rogojin said Ganya would crawl here on his hands and knees for Nastasya and three roubles. Where Ippolit went to see his friend from school, Bakhmutov, to help the man who lost his wallet find a job.
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Kars
Kars, Kars 36000, TR
Where General Ardalion Alexandrovich says he received bullets in his chest.
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Five Corners
СПБ, 191002, RU
Near where Kolya said Nastasya Filipovna lived.
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Ykaterinhof
Where Rogozhin took Nastasya Filipovna on her birthday.
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Pavlovsk Palace
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Pavlovsk Park
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Summer Garden
Where the Prince sat on a bench before going to look for Nastasya
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Rogojin's House
On Gorokhovaya Street near Sadivaya.
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Lebedev dacha
Where the Prince stayed. See: 10 key places from Dostoevsky’s novel The Idiot. By Ksenia Isaeva.
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Epanchin dacha
Where the Prince stayed. See: 10 key places from Dostoevsky’s novel The Idiot. By Ksenia Isaeva.
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Pavlovsk Station
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Elagin Iasland
Where Lizaveta threatened to move to escape the Prince.
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Shestilavochnaya Street
ul. Mayakovskogo
СПБ,, RU
Now called Mayakovskogo Street. Where Ippolit saw a man lose his wallet.
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Nikolaevsky Bridge
Named Nikolaevsky Bridge from 1855 to 1918. Ippolit and Bukhmutov walked across it a bit drunk.
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Old Basmannya Street
Staraya Basmannaya ul.
Moskva,, RU
Where General Ivolgin said he lived in a wooden house on the day Napoleon entered Moscow in 1812.
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Kremlin
Moskva, 103073, RU
Where General Ivolgin claimed to have served as a chamber page for Napoleon in 1812.
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Vagankovsky Cemetery
Where Lebedev claimed to have buried his left leg.
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Kamenny Island
СПБ, 197376, RU
Where Lizaveta went to visit Princess Belokonsky about Aglaya and the Prince.