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3D-Exhibitions to be Held in Moscow Museums
23.09.2011 00:01
3D-Exhibitions to be Held in Moscow Museums

The city authorities seem to be seriously concerned about the culture of Moscow.
      
      It is evident that everything is all right with clubs and bars of the Russian capital, but museums lack both financial assets and visitors. In order to raise a cultural generation the authorities have developed the program project Culture of Moscow for 2012-2016.
      
      It means the development of Moscow as a world, political, financial and cultural center.
      
      It will take 180 billion roubles to culture Moscow. For example, in the next five years eight museums will be already equipped with new 3D and 4D-equipment, and there will appear some exhibits allowed to be touched.
      
      Multimedia and interactive exhibitions will most likely be interesting to everybody, the project initiators assume.
      
      Source: kp.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


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