Stoletov Brothers' House Museum, Vladimir

(3.9/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • Nice cozy Museum in fligel'ke. Entrance-100 USD. Cognitive exhibition enlightened the life and activity of the Stoletovyh brothers. You can see the buttons Skobelev, learn about Russo-Turkish war of 1878-1879 (film for 15 minutes including), merchant interiors of those years. Dilute the impression of churches. Minus-no toilets.
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  • We rode in Vladimir, inter alia, to visit the House of Stoletovyh. Physicist and military retirees from the same family-pride of Russia. Despite the fact that the tour we are not ordered and came half an hour before closing, we all told the Museum staff member. Kindly admitted into temporarily (under Christmas events) a closed room with an exposition on Physics and seeing our interest, showed the devices, made by Alexander Stoletov, told about outdoor photoelectric effect them. An interesting set of books at the kiosk. The Museum is small but wonderful!
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  • House interesting family, strongly affecting Russia. The woman, prismatrivajushhaja for visitors, told obsessing about every exhibit. How little I know the story?!
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