Nizhnevartovsk Museum of Local Lore, Nizhnevartovsk
(1/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
Nizhnevartovsk Museum of Local Lore is located in Nizhnevartovsk. Put Nizhnevartovsk Museum of Local Lore into our Nizhnevartovsk travel itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Nizhnevartovsk.
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  • The Museum is located on the first floor of a residential building. In many museums of painting, lots of stuffed animals of the local fauna, there are objects of archaeological and palaeontological nature. Visit. Council. Get more information la yourself from visiting.
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  • In this I was June 10, 2016 year of museums, on the opening day after a long renovation. The Museum is located at 1 floor dwelling house, like many institutions of our city. Surprised by the large number of items, despite the fact that our city young. In many museums of painting, lots of stuffed animals of the local fauna, there are objects of archaeological and palaeontological nature. To regret not under all the relics I saw explanatory plaques, I hope they will put later. Central Corridor light and airy Museum, the Museum occupies almost the entire lower floor of mnogopod″ezdnogo 9-storeyed building. If you're in Nizhnevartovsk, be sure to visit this Museum, so much so that the sights in our city is very little.
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  • This is one of the most visited museums in the city, which is currently closed for renovation. Open promise Museum in 2016 year in days of Festival "Samotlorskie night". On the website TripAdvisor an incorrect address. The Museum is located in the city centre, on the first floor of the House No. 9 on Lenin Street.
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