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Exhibition Forgotten Brand. Ironmongery Tula Opened in History and Architecture Museum
31.10.2013 11:53
Exhibition Forgotten Brand. Ironmongery Tula Opened in History and Architecture Museum

The Tula History and Architecture Museum has opened the exhibition Forgotten Brand. Ironmongery Tula.

      A unique collection of miniature locks, the biggest collection of ironmongery, masterpieces of ironmongery its blossoming period, as well as items of the Soviet period have been presented at the expositions.

      Visitors of the exhibition will see various door handles, bolts, latches, charcoal irons, pig-iron kettles, oil lamps, fire hooks, and many other things. In a separate hall there is a 3D model of the Teplovs’ Palace, with the interior of one of its 38 rooms and few and far between preserved original household items reconstructed. On the walls of the exhibition hall there are posters with information on the history and development of ironmongery industry in Tula and the people that were developing it, as well as unique documents and photos.

      The exhibition will be held till December 15.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Exhibitions in Tula    

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