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Newest Archaeological Discoveries Displayed in Moscow
1.09.2011 13:40
Newest Archaeological Discoveries Displayed in Moscow

An exhibition dedicated to recent archeological finds in Moscow has been opened in the exhibition hall Old Gostini Dvor.

The exposition is titled Newest archaeological discoveries.

The exhibition hall presents the finds unearthed in the course of archaeological diggings in the territories of the State History Museum, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Triumphal Square, Bldg. 11 on Maly Kozihinsky Lane, and others.

Visitors of the exhibition will see a collection of hand-stamped coins, bank copper coins, spray jugs, tiles depicting battle scenes, a silver signet ring, book fasteners, and other artifacts of the 15th-19th centuries.
The exhibition is open for visitors on week-days from 11 am to 5 pm and runs at the address: 4, Ilyinka Street till September, 30th.
Entrance is free.

Source: kp.ru

Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Archeology Exhibitions in Moscow    

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