The Governor's Palace Museum, Tobolsk
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  • Magnificent Museum! Its architectural appearance distinguishes the rigor of classicism. From January 2009 onwards it is an exhibition dedicated to the history of the Office of Siberia, from the XVII century up to 1917 year. In the halls of the first floor-exhibits of the era of the provincial government. On the second floor of the exhibition devoted to the period of the provincial government. On the third floor-"places" presence-Executive rooms are exhibition. Governor Palace was erected in the year 1782 (previously there was a Prikaznaja House). In the year 1788 prilochno building suffered from fire and around 50 years stood in ruins. And only in the year 1831, Viceroy Palace was restored, though in a modified form (draft Petersburg architect David Visconti). Museum of insanely good. Huge, spacious halls, many interesting instances, polite and friendly staff!
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  • Already the building worth the penalty itself only. It hosts a number of exhibitions, from the life of the ancient inhabitants of Siberia to episodes from the life of the Romanov family. Interesting visit.
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  • The Palace of the Governor will give you their secrets: historic and modern. Many halls. There are interactive exhibits, revealing the traditions of Siberian Tatars. Many artob″ektov that will not leave you indifferent to the history of Tobolsk and Siberia.
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