Museum of Applied Arts - School of Art and Design after A.L. Stieglitz, St. Petersburg

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  • The Museum is located at the Academy, the entrance to the Museum is located in the same place and the entrance into the Academy. Find the museum itself in the bowels of the building is a little problematic, though, and there are pointers. Building inside the insanely beautiful, in the hallways, students draw and it is very atmospheric. The museum itself is not large, two halls, which can be circumvented for 20 minutes. The exposition will appeal to those who like antique furniture and utensils. More fascinating murals on the ceilings. Entrance to the Museum is worth 300 rubles and + 200 for photographing.
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  • The building is an example of how respect for the art before the revolution. Very beautiful painting on the walls and architecture itself. But, unfortunately, the building was not in very good condition. It's amazing that people are so naplevatelski art refer to its unique building and its exhibits (at least dust off them washed). Was surprised that no works of talented graduates of this Academy. Really nothing to brag about? I do not believe! A major drawback of the Museum, as they write in their reviews of foreigners (before them, by the way, it was a shame), it is relevant to visitors. Guys, you have a fairly high price tag for a ticket: 300 rubles and photography-200! The wandering through the dilapidated corridors looking for wardrobe, which turned out to be closed and the toilet, which simply even unpleasant. You position yourself as a Museum, and not just an educational institution! And museums are created to make people visited them.
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  • We visited this Museum, near our hotel, following the recommendations of the guides. The contrast with the large institutions is striking: rating in Russian, junk at first, traffic not obvious, and then everything becomes clear. It is the Museum of old, the splendid Terems room, ask to see the collection of dolls. Don't hesitate to break into the school to see the work of the students exposed in a court down below, it's worth all the galleries of modern art.
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