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Open-Air Museum to be Founded in Novgorod Region
21.12.2011 12:07
Open-Air Museum to be Founded in Novgorod Region

277 thousand euro will be allocated for foundation of an archeological open-air museum in Batetsky District of the Novgorod Region.
      The museum will represent a complex of archaeological sites on the Redolsky burying ground. Among them special value is given to Shum-Gora (Noize Mount) - the highest of the remaining funeral mounds of the common era in Europe.
      The project will be implemented within two years - in 2012-2013. The opening of the first stage of the museum has been planned for 2013. Now the project is in the stage of designing and developing the museums concept.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Novgorod Region Open-Air Museums Archeology   

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