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New Samovar Museum to Appear near Tula
15.02.2012 11:05
New Samovar Museum to Appear near Tula

A museum building for Michael Borschevs private antiquarian collection of samovars will be constructed near Tula. The collection comprises more than 500 exhibits.
      It presents samples of the most famous samovar factories, mostly antiquarian samovars: English and American ones, rarities of the 18th century, and samovars made of precious metals.
      Now all the exhibits are kept in the park-hotel of Shchekinsky District. However, the collection owner wants to make the museum more open and accessible for all comers.
      The building is expected to be started on the area of the park-hotel soon. If the project comes true, it will become the second museum of tea-machines in the land of Tula.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Samovars Tula Region Tula Russian Museums  

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