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Polytechnical Museum, Moscow

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  • Polytechnical Museum very still by the big size. It usually takes a few exhibitions, if you visit all, and the day is not enough. Went with my girlfriend, we liked it.
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  • Great Museum! Impressed by the exhibition scale and proportion of interactivity. Remembered the school curriculum in physics, learned new. iIspytyvali pride in a country that so many "made itself". The Museum will be of interest to children and adults.
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  • I learned about this exhibition on the Internet interested in and, as it turned out, get to it very simply-Pavilion is next to Moskvariumom, where runs free shuttle from Metro VDNKH (details in my recall of Moskvariume). We visited the exhibition after Moskvariuma. I agree with the authors of previous reviews that exhibits for exploring all day and needed more. But it all depends on the degree of human perception. In my opinion, for general guidance with the exhibition and study of the most interested stands quite a few hours, then comes the "reloading" of the volume of scientific knowledge. The information is presented is very interesting-many interactive devices-tablets and screens with headphones, showcasing films and background materials on a variety of areas-radio, television, mobile communication, space, optical illusions, medicine, electricity, Atomic jenegrija, etc. There are special chairs-alcoves with small screens and speakers to view small scientific films. Some items really don't work, ants, for example, in the maze of all died (in my opinion, you can visit the Museum once for a few hours and as a result of that visit, to decide whether to come here again and to what detail to draw the attention of the
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