Jewish school-colony for children / Orphanage named after the Third Communist International (Jewish) / Jewish exemplary commune for children
Address: 25, Pionerskaya Street, Malahovka village, Moscow region.
The Jewish colony named after the Third Communist International was established at the beginning of the 1920s. It was often considered as a part of the Malahovka children commune. The colony was concentrated on agricultural activities. It was homestead and self-sustainability oriented and sought to self-administration. The pupils and their mentors even created their own constitution. Moreover, all of them lived and worked together.
Many representatives of the Soviet Jewish intelligentsia and creative community were often guests there. For instance, famous artist Marc Chagall, who lived with his family nearby, hold classes for the school-colony children until 1922.