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Museum of Folk Arts Opens in Tula
27.01.2012 10:56
Museum of Folk Arts Opens in Tula

Tula has got a new interesting and extensive exposition, which has been housed inside the Tula Kremlin, in the restored building of the former power station.
      The overall area of the exposition takes around 1000 sq. m.
      The opening ceremony of the Museum of Folk Arts and Crafts took place yesterday.
      The renovated complex consists of two buildings, the first one with two halls of the Tula crafts, and the second one with arts and crafts of peoples of Russia.
      At present the museum exposition presents about a thousand items, while the organizers plan to display seven thousand exhibits.
      The new museum will be open according to the schedule of the Tula Kremlin.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Museums Tula Folk Arts and Crafts   

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