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Museum of Urban Life, Uglich

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  • Gone, paid, and with the words "ask questions", went to inspect themselves exhibit!:-( There was a sense that the US trial and waiting when we go!
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  • the Museum gives an insight into how people lived 150-200 years ago. The museum displays furniture, clothing, life at the time. All very cute and Nice. On the ground floor of the Museum is running a tearoom.
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  • The House was built in the middle of the 19. tea merchant Kashinova. At the end of the century there was a public library, which was opened in honour of the coronation of Emperor Nicholas II. For the right to use books with readers is assessed a fee, in addition to students, teachers and employees of the Office. The organization is obliged to drive city library head N.d. Evreinovu, Secretary of the City Council V. Smirnov and teacher of urban schools, which became her Cretan P.a. first head. In 2004. the Museum of urban life. Crossing the threshold of this House and climbed a small ladder appear first in the trade shop merchant, and then in the House uglichanina with average incomes. Exhibits in the Museum very much and they are all divided by themes. Many things are in very good condition. Entrance fee $14.95 for adults. Who wants to see more details of the life of merchants in the 19th century. better to take the tour, which costs 300 rub. You can take pictures. We followed the recommendations of the employees of the Museum and visited another exposure, which includes household items of the era, which relates to our childhood. My husband and I went and talked to each other: "and this was in my childhood." "And I had such a book and a toy". And I had this satchel. Nostalgia ... The second part (Soviet era) is located in the building of information tourist centre at Rostov.
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