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Made in USSR: Soviet Household Museum Founded in Yekaterinburg
18.03.2017 19:43
Made in USSR: Soviet Household Museum Founded in Yekaterinburg

The museum "Made in the USSR" displays objects of everyday life that served more than one generation of Soviet people.

      Radio receivers, tape recorders, vacuum cleaners, TVsets and other items of Soviet luxury can be seen and even used here. The exposition will be updated periodically. New thematic corners will be created using legendary objects of everyday life.

      The museum is stylized like a Soviet apartment. Since the variety of household items was not big in that epoch, it looks simple, homely and cozy. The visitors can try the exhibits in operation. 



Author: Vera Ivanova

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