Russian Lefthander Microminiature Museum, St. Petersburg

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4.3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
Russian Lefthander Microminiature Museum is located in St. Petersburg. To visit Russian Lefthander Microminiature Museum and other attractions in St. Petersburg, use our St. Petersburg vacation route planner.
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  • Very nice compact Museum on Italian streets. Thumbnails are pretty much (in my opinion, about 60) and all they surprise and delight, but the surprise was that in addition to miniatures in the Museum there are also other interesting exhibits-such as oil paintings or amazing animals collected from scrap. Ticket price-350 rubles, which is quite acceptable for a private museum. The price includes a small excursion on a museum with a story about the museum itself and about some exhibits. It was interesting to listen to, thanks. Of the disadvantages I note paid photography (50 rubles). 350 per ticket-ample price, not niggle you have with these poltinnikami for photographing, this makes the scent torgašestva. However, putting the already "excellent" all friends advised in case of the trip to St. Petersburg to go to the Museum)
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  • The museum itself is not great, but there's so many interesting things. There are both temporary exhibitions and regular, like a miniature creativity "Russian".
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  • It is worth to take the money and visit this museum. In principle, this can be review and finish. But I will write more. Is called the microminiature Museum "Russian Southpaw" international Guild masters. It is a place where you can see that know how to create and how they are able to build our contemporaries, a wizard with a capital letter. Unusual presentation of ordinary objects, substances. I first saw this miracle, which creates Vladimir Aniskin. Then on the Internet found his site, venerated, searched video on how mikrominiatûra is done. Photographed through a microscope, you cannot. And, probably, and, well, one must see with your own eyes in the eyepiece of a microscope (represented somewhere in the 70-75). The Museum occupies one room, 2 rooms, a small Hall. Still have amazing oil paintings (also the first time I saw). Art objects made of metal, Olga Ardovskoj. The work of other masters of metal Nutcracker statues from wood (temporary exhibition) objects from secondary raw materials from natural materials. The guide tells exciting. As for me, the most interesting work in the Museum-miniatures. Aniskina.
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