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Museum of Ancient Irons Opens in Veliky Novgorod
23.07.2012 11:31
Museum of Ancient Irons Opens in Veliky Novgorod

The second museum of all kinds of irons is opened in Russia. The first one was created in 2002 in Pereslavl-Zalesky. The new museum is located in the city of Veliky Novgorod.

      The irons exposition has become a part of Novgorod Museum of a traditional wooden art of building "Vitoslavlitsi". The unique collection includes more than 200 irons of XVIII-XX centuries producted by Russia, Germany, Poland, France, Italy, USA, Britain, Spain, Poland, Scandinavian countries.

      There are unit-cast, coal, gas, spirituous, electric and many other kinds of irons in the exposition, their weight can be from 10 grams to 10 kilograms.

      Address: Veliky Novgorod, Yuryevskoye highway - "Vitoslavitsi", the second floor of a souvenir shop opposite the Museum of a traditional wooden art of building.

      Phone: 8 921 203 90 47

      Open hours: 10-00 to 19-00, no dinner-hour, seven days a week.

      Tickets: Children - 20 rubles ($0.6), Adults - 50 rubles ($1.5).


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian museums Russian history Veliky Novgorod Russian wooden architecture  

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