|Description of the project:
||Archaeological digs started in Pushkinskie Gory area in the XIX century when Pushkin's son Grigory investigated barrows in the estate park. The tradition was never broken, and in the 90ies of the XX century the professionals even introduced a new term "estate archaeology".
Apart from historical research Pushkinskie Gory Museum archaeological dig offers various educational activities for students and involves volunteers.
To accomplish thorough archaeological investigation of the area we need a camp for archaeologists that in the future can be turned into a permanent one.
Project expenses: providing necessary conveniences for the archaeologists - 490,000 rubles; building an archaeological village in Trigorskoye - 4,360,000 rubles; reconstructing XVIII century houses to house the Museum of Archaeology - 900,000 rubles.