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Russian Schoolboy Opened a History Museum
28.09.2020 21:01
Russian Schoolboy Opened a History Museum

12-year-old Vladimir Dorofeev from Kaliningrad has founded a history museum in the basement under his parents' apartment. The museum contains about 1,000 exhibits.
      The boy started collecting things four years ago. His first find was a WWII gas mask bag. Later, Vladimir became a frequent visitor to antique shops and flea markets. Gradually, his collection filled his room full and a separate space had to be found for it.
      Now there are about 1,000 exhibits of various values ​​in his museum. Vladimir conducts museum tours on his own and allows visitors to touch all the objects with their hands.
      The entrance ticket costs 50 rubles. You can visit the museum on weekends and weekdays in the mornings before he goes to school.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: History Museums Kaliningrad    

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