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50,000 People Visited the Inside-out World Exhibition
9.10.2013 14:52
50,000 People Visited the Inside-out World Exhibition
Moscow Planetarium

“Inside-out world" exhibition completed its work at Planetarium. For three months more than 50,000 people have visited the exhibition.

      At the time of exhibition "Level 9" area has turned into a space of experiment. "Touching House", "Inverted Room", "Mirage", "Stranger’s Shadow” – dozens of fascinating exhibits made to doubt the reality of tactile, visual and auditory sensations of human beings.

      Both adults and children enjoyed studying every hidden corner of this unusual inside-out world. Exhibits’ interactivity made it possible to experience one or another illusion first hand and to prove once again that any object has a potential for magic. 


Sources: http://gazeta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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