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Renovated Musa Calil Museum to be Opened in Poets Hometown
22.04.2013 11:09
Renovated Musa Calil Museum to be Opened in Poets Hometown
Musa Calil

Musa Calil (Mussa Jalil) Museum will be opened in Orenburg Region, in the homeland of the poet. 

      Opening of the museum will take place in the last days of spring. The Musa Calil Museum Memorial Complex that was founded in his homeland, in the Mustafino Settlement of Sharlyksky District is expecting its reconstruction to be completed soon. As a part of the renovated museum complex there will be a museum apartment working.

      Now the memorial complex includes a reconstructed park, which is harboring a monument made of granite and bronze. Near it there are museum buildings, a recreation center and a settlement school located. The museum is equipped with the latest projective and multimedia equipment. It has been supplemented with a number of specific adaptations created for expositions of the kind.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Musa Calil Orenburg Region Russian Poetry Museums of Russia  

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