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Museum of Torture, St. Petersburg

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1/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
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  • Submitted by instruments of torture made in modern time. If the Guide says it is interesting to visit this museum. Prices slightly overstated.
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  • Here, for the first time since reaching this place usually were pretty opustošënnym purse. This time we drove here deliberately. Well I'll start with the fact that the prices here are pretty high, because the Museum did not have a tour escort, and here it should be, because many instruments of torture leave more questions on how to use them, even though tablets with their history and purpose. Yes, and the Museum is still too small, in spite of the fact that the exposition is presented on two floors. No exhibit is interesting, but straining to read great epitaph under each inkvizicionnym an instrument of torture, and on the reading half of these eventually yourself guess applying the torture instruments. The children were frankly boring. Apparently because of inflated prices here had few visitors, even though the output. In principle, if you visit the Museum alone, then it's not so hard beats on a pocket. An adult ticket is worth 350 rubles, but if visiting the exhibition of torture to undertake the entire family, this is already significantly drain your pocket. Since children's tickets cost unnecessary 250 rubles.
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  • ... and I'm afraid the only advantage of this museum is the location of the items doesn't differ by originality ... original doesn't smell-hence it is rather not a Museum and exhibition place before entering the draws for the photos in the ROLE of terzaemogo in the Guide head block and scaffold! For teenagers not seeing similar museums!
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