The Borderland Museum, Kirkenes

Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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The Borderland Museum is located in Kirkenes. To visit The Borderland Museum on your holiday in Kirkenes, and find out what else Kirkenes has to offer, use our Kirkenes tourist route planner.
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  • "Borderland Museum" is the official name of the Varanger Museum Museum of IKS avd Sør-Varanger. It is located on the shores of Lake Fërstevann at the entrance to the city. Great Village Museum, a large spacious building, cafe, wardrobe, shop with magnets (50 EEK), Silver 3 knives, mugs, postcards, books on local art, Northern nature. Consists of one hall devoted to war, second floor with a funny and another exposition Hall with the works of local artist John Andreas Savio. A nice little Museum, in which you want to add exhibits. Lovers of large museums like the Hermitage and Russian Museum, visit the Border do not advise, avoid big disappointments. Entry 50 CZK, children up to 16 years free pensioners, students, groups of more than 10 persons-40 kroons. Huge lobby with grand piano, tables and benches is suitable for conferences, concerts, gala events.
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  • I loved the Sami people history and culture that is still relevant today. Artifact's from the war, each with their own story. Lots to see here and definitely worth a visit. 
  • This is not a very fancy museum, however it really offers full and complete information on all the WW2 events in the border area between Russia, Norway and Finland. You will also learn a lot about min...  read more »
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