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New Moscow Museums Opened in 2014 and 2015
August 27, 2015 12:51


ElectroMuseum
Unique venue focused on media art. It keeps a permanent exhibition of interactive designs and holds media art exhibitions and music concerts, as well as educational lectures and seminars.
Address: 1, Rostokinskaya Street

E-Book Reader Museum
The history of invention and development of the popular gadget — from ancient papyrus to the last modifications by leading e-book producers.
Address: 4, bld 1, Bolshaya Cherkizovskaya Street

Live Systems Museum
Human body is a most sophisticated complex system that bewilders with its numerous riddles. The museum aims to uncover and demonstrate the hidden processes, which happen in each of us all the time. To make it possible, our live bodies are compared to mechanical systems.
Address: 46/2, Butyrskaya Street

Chess Museum
The history of chess totals about one and a half thousand years. The Chess Museum in Moscow keeps an extensive collection of the rarest chess sets created from the 17th to the 21st century.
Address: 14, Gogolevsky Blvd.

Art Deco Museum

Original art works of the first half of the 20th century from the collection of Mkrtich Okroyan.
Address: 2/4, bld 4, Luzhnetskaya Embankment 

Zoo History Museum
The Museum of Moscow Zoo was founded long ago, but until February, 2015 it used to open its doors to public only on special cultural occasions, such the Night of Museums or the Cultural Heritage Day.
Address: 1, Bolshaya Gruzinskaya Street

Museum of Illusions
You can take lots of unique photos with you and your friends in this interactive amusement museum, which makes visitors part of its stunning installations!
Address: 4, Maly Nikolopeskovsky Lane

Museum 'World of Coca-Cola'

Discover the truths and go through myths about this controversial pop drink! Its invention, manufacturing process, the company's marketing polic, and interesting facts from the history of promoting the Coca-Cola brand.
Address: 7, Novoorlovskaya Street

State Literary Museum. Open Storage Department in Savva Morozov's Mansion

The historical mansion of the famous patron of art Savva Morozov in the heart of Moscow houses a collection of memorabilia, autographs and originals of works by  famous Russian writers.
Address: 1/1, Shelaputinsky Lane

Polytechnical Museum in VDNKh, the All-Russian Exhibition Centre

While the main building of the museum is being reconstructed, the Polytechnic Museum has moved to the All-Russian Exhibition Centre. The museum with its updated permanent exposition has become even more interactive and captivating. So it can be justly called a newly opened museum.
Address: Pavilion 26 at VDNKh - 119, Prospekt Mira
 


Sources: http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

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