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Saw and Axe Museum Opens in Yaroslavl Region
29.06.2011 10:39
Saw and Axe Museum Opens in Yaroslavl Region
Saw and Axe Museum in Yaroslavl Region

Saw and Axe Museum has been opened in Semenovsky Village, Pervomaisky District of Yaroslavl Region.

      The museum exposition presents building tools, which were used in the course of construction of the settlement.

      The tsar-axe and the tsarina-saw have become the most important tools and exhibits in the museum. As a legend says, it is with their help a local strongman built the Semenovsky Village.

      The first tourists have already visited the museum exhibition. Apart from observing the exposition, visitors can also take part in competitions and guessing riddles.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Yaroslavl Region Russian Museums    

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