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Museum And Pharmacy Symbiosis: For Tourists And Natives
31.05.2013 19:41
Museum And Pharmacy Symbiosis: For Tourists And Natives
(Source: http://dentistryonparkside.co.nz)

 A museum-pharmacy was opened in Tula in the ancient building of the XVIII century.


      

The building, where the museum is situated, belongs to the architecture of the end of the XVIII century. Historically a pharmacy was situated there. After restoration it was opened again for visitors. Moreover, the visitors can not only buy modern medicines, but also learn ancient pharmacy interior. Along with the modern medicines there are original medical subjects of that time in the pharmacy: pharmacy dishes, equipment for medicines preparation, medicaments samples, cosmetics, medical instruments, catalogues, and reference books. Interior has preserved its traditional planning and architectural details. The furniture is old-world. Many photos and documents tell about Tula pharmaceutics history, and Ferdinand Beliavskiy and his successors, the last “Tula Pharmacy” owners.

       


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian museums Tula    

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