Museum of Industrial Culture, Moscow

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  • Cool summer evenings, walking in a beautiful park Kuzminki stumbled upon a warm cozy place. The atmosphere of Italy settled us on the threshold. Friendly staff offered us the most intimate table. Hot drinks, warmed our mood and piqued your appetite. There was plenty of table delicacies, salads, appetizers, pasta and pizza. Finished dinner mind bending didezhstivom from the bartender. Thanks for the hospitality!
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  • Place sending the spirit of an era. The Museum is a large hangar and territory in terms of it filled with a wide variety of exhibits, representing the achievements of light and heavy industry. Here there is everything: cars, motorcycles, machines sold soda water, samples of children's attractions, television sets, radio receivers, sewing machines, even the turbine airplanes, household objects and interior decoration (clothes, toys). In general everything that surrounded our countrymen for decades. The collection is so unique and diverse that there can be found even a prototype of equipment involved in the Elimination of the consequences of the Chernobyl accident. This is actually very interesting even if you do not tell, and you yourself go and see. Note If you have an allergy to dust it makes sense to stock up on antigestaminami)))
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  • Finally, I got in this Museum, which for a long time to hear. When logging became a light shock-and how it is treated? I am in awe of the idea, from what people save so many things, free illustrate them. I saw plenty of things completely identical and I were friends. Quiet music of past years with objects of everyday life of bygone carries you into the distant youth. Located on all topics. But all the time you feel that lack of space for inspection. The passages between the things everyone already. Vacuum cleaners washing machines, stand on something just collapsed in a heap of picturesque, which are difficult to understand something. Who's been here before, after going here now say that overcrowding and feeling more dead as increasing collection. This museum just need money, people and space for a normal existence. At the exit, I found it necessary to make a donation and upset that my material possibilities are pretty small. Thanks to the organizers of this case. God help them, but also specific assistance they need.
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  • Museum for adults. Nostalgia!. Bad navigation, it is difficult to find. Entrance is free of charge. But not pozhadnichajte leave a hundred rubles, it's worth it.
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  • Not for the lazy! Bezsomnenija is an interesting place. Unfortunately apparently soon closed because the support is not detected by the authorities. The collection is huge! Codified within a limited area. Surprisingly pure though in appearance resembles a landfill dump amazing things! All anyone remembers rolls of tickets on the bus fridge with lock, "Battleship" and bike pioneer League will receive a great deal of fun. YOU CAN TOUCH. And if you have time you can story endless conversation with "servants of industialnogo cult". Hurry up while running.
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  • One of the best museums of Moscow, a huge number of 20-century household items from bills to cars. You can spend all day studying this goodness. And all you can touch.
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  • Here as in Grandma's pantry. A huge number of things and memories, people walking around here. What: from military equipment to children's toys and hanging under the roof of the glider. Thematic activities, such as exhibitions RAILWAY models, mopeds, toys. There are guided tours on old buses. Keep an eye on the site and in social networks. The building has no heating, because the dress for the weather, or come in the warmer months:) Admission is free, donations are accepted. Here, you can work on a voluntary basis. Here you can bring things.
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  • A small museum which collects rubbish things, who were each born before 90. Interesting to see and remember.
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