Vichuga is located in the Ivanovo region, 60 km
from Ivanovo. Vichuga was founded in 1925 by uniting 30 settlements,
and the village that gave the name to the city was not included in
it - now it is the village of Old Vichuga, 5 km from the city. The
infrastructure of the city is concentrated mainly around the three
main non-adjacent factory centers - Tezina, Bonachek and Novaya
Golchikha - the areas between which still look like rural areas.
Travel Destinations in Staraya Vichuga
The Church of the Resurrection of Christ (Red Church) in Tezine
(1908–1911), ul. 1st Bibliotechnaya. A bright monument of the
neo-Russian style of the beginning of the 20th century. The temple
has the largest majolica panel on the facade in Russia. Holy
Resurrection (White) Church in Bonyachki (1904), st. Parkovaya.
Park sculpture of the Soviet period (in the Bonachek park). The
ensemble of factory building XIX-early XX centuries. Cooperative
village (1925-1930). in the style of constructivism Vichuga City
Museum of Art, st. B. Khmelnitsky, 40. from 11:00 to 17:00 except
Monday and 4 Fridays of the month.