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The Hermitage Online Project
24.04.2020 18:21
The Hermitage Online Project

The Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, has launched the Intelligent Isolation feature and daily provides subscribers with broadcasts and recordings of excursions.

      The Hermitage Online project has existed for several years, but now it has bloomed at full capacity. While the museum is closed, its employees are doing everything possible so as not to separate visitors from the collections. Broadcasts are prepared daily for online visitors. The current list of broadcasts can be found in the Hermitage Museum VK group.  

      The halls of the Old Village Restoration and Storage Center are displayed, and online lectures and excursions are conducted. All materials are then available in the recorded form here.

      March 26 saw the first Italian-language tour of the ceremonial halls of the Winter Palace. That was how the Hermitage expressed support for the country, which is also fighting the pandemic now.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Hermitage Museum Online Events during Quarantine    

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