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Weapon Museum Opened in Russian Soldier Helmet in Tula
27.02.2015 16:06
Weapon Museum Opened in Russian Soldier Helmet in Tula

Weapon Museum in Tula has opened a permanent exposition of weaponry from the 14th century to the present day.

      The new exposition is noticeably different from the previous ones. The new museum building is very special itself, looking as the helmet of a Russian soldier.

      The exposition was designed by the honored artist of Russia Alexander Kononov, the author of large museum and exhibition projects. The show-windows are stylized as guns, with a wooden base, rusty iron top, and exhibits put in the middle.

      Unique samples of weaponry are accompanied with no less unique machines for production of the weaponry in various times.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Tula Museums Weapon Museum   

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