Ivanovo State Museum of History and Local Lore of D.G. Burylin, Ivanovo

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  • Visited the Museum with a group. The Guide does not, unfortunately, clearly spoken, so the exposure was viewed themselves. Very impressed with the collection of weapons, especially German, war, viewed with pleasure. For the overall development of the recommend a peek at this museum.
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  • Led children Museum, which once crossed itself baby. Strange feeling! In the Hall, on the nature of their native land, nothing has changed for decades. The same showcases with stuffed animals and birds, those same stands. Perhaps the Museum and have to be that way. But it is not very much modern. A few days before the visit in the Museum of natural history of Tatarstan Kazan-sample interactive museum with lots of buttons that you can press, exhibits that can be touched and even sit on them, the screens on which you can run the presentation. Here grannies-housekeeper forced to keep children's hands, keep close to the display. Children, of course, wanted to quickly leave.
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  • Sunny Sunday morning-a good excuse to get out on the field, explore the city and visit a new exhibition in the Museum of them. D.g. Burylina (Museum of art and industry). In particular-interactive art project called "without a face" (exhibition of masks). The exhibition is a small, but interesting, allowing you to learn from history, not cumbersome masks a great deal of information. In addition, a number of exhibits you can easily try. True state of the museum itself is still depressing, making you wonder why in a city where so strenuously want to develop a tourist destination, when you have only a pair of museums so it is difficult to find money for repair and restoration work. Sad ... And "for power offensively".
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