Chuvash National Museum, Cheboksary

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  • Rsspolozhen Museum in a beautiful modern building in the heart of the city. But the exposure is very small over here worth going if you're a fan of museums or completely not what to do. Of course, is the fact that the mind will always find yourself what's new find out, but in General-and bored and a little
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  • Always interested in new town, go to the Museum, learn about the history of the city and people of;) The Museum features Exposition from antiquity to modernity, it will be interesting to everyone) just near the cash register, you can buy books and souvenirs;)
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  • Interesting exposition in the Museum, I recommend you take a tour, as the accompanying information is not enough. Struck by the amazing story of the Chuvash. Nice attitude to traditions
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  • Beautiful building, but poor content. Poorly with the exhibitions. Even add nothing to ...
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  • A great place to educate about culture, history and way of life of the Chuvash. A staircase with a Hall are good for photo shoots in bad weather or frost.
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  • A large Museum. To bypass all the exhibits leave day.
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  • Good theatre. Not really coping technique.
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  • Recommend to visit this Museum, with a view to familiarize themselves with the culture and values of the local population. Understand their customs and mores.
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