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Trove of Womens Jewels Found in Tver
Silver jewelry of the Tatar-Mongol invasion era was found in the course of restoration of the Tver Museum.
--07-01-2015--
Archaeological Findings since 1812 Displayed in Moscow
Moscow archaeologists have displayed a unique ax with the mark "1812". It was found during recent excavations in the historical center of Moscow.
--04-09-2012--
Second Louvre to Appear in Veliky Novgorod
A glass pyramid, similar to the one that is set above the entrance to the Louvre in Paris, will appear on the territory of the Novgorod Kremlin.
--02-07-2012--
The Altai Princess Welcomes Tourists
The National Museum of the Altai Republic has started a large-scale reconstruction, after which tourists will see the Altai Princess.
--20-03-2012--
Thousand Year-Old Ship Restored in Novgorod Region
Restoration of an ancient ship found near the banks of Oka River is being completed in the workshop for restoration of archaeological wood of the Novgorod Museum Reserve.
--17-02-2012--
Residence of Mammoth to Appear in Komi Republic
A new historical and cultural complex will appear in Pechorsky district of the Komi Republic. It will be located next to the Byzovaya village, known as ancient Paleolithic site with burials of mammoths in the north of the European part of Russia.
--16-02-2012--
Archeologists Unearth Unique Artifacts in Arctic Town
Dozens of unique artifacts have been discovered in Pustozersk - the first Russian town beyond the Arctic circle.
--03-10-2011--
Gigantic Ancient Fridges Found in Veliky Novgorod
Archeologists have found unusual huge foundation ditches that ancient people used as refrigerators in Veliky Novgorod.
--18-08-2011--
Unique Seal-Making Tool Unearthed in Veliky Novgorod
This year over 5 thousand archeological finds have been unearthed in the Novgorod Region; some of the artifacts have been found in would-be building lots.
--16-08-2011--
Unique Museum to Appear in Chelyabinsk Region
A project of world significance is being implemented on Turgoyak Lake in Miass. Soon there will be Museum of Megaliths of the Island of Vera (Belief), which already attracts thousands of tourists from every corner of the globe.
--11-08-2011--
14th Century Settlement with Treasures and Weapons Unearthed in Lipetsk Region
Archeologists have found traces of a 14th century settlement, which chanced to remain intact by black diggers in the Lipetsk Region.
--10-08-2011--
Ancient Russian Town Unearthed by Archeologists in Tula Region
Archeologists have found ruins of the ancient town of Divyagorsk, according to chronicles dated to the 12th century, in the present-day town of Tchekalin of the Tula Region.
--08-08-2011--
Archeologists Find Remains of 17th Century Polish Fortress in Smolensk
In the ruins of the Polish Fortress unearthed in the centre of Smolensk archeologists have found valuable artifacts of the 17th century.
--04-08-2011--
Unique Archeological Monuments Found in Tyva
Unique finds dating to little-studied periods in the history of Southern Siberia and the Central Asia have been unearthed in a field camp near Kyzyl, on the site allotted for the future railway Kyzyl Kuragino.
--04-08-2011--
Archeologists Unearth Medieval Church in Murmansk
Remains of the ancient Pechenga Church constructed by St. Tryphon in the first half of the 16th century have been discovered in the course of archeological excavations in Pechenga Settlement of the Murmansk Region.
--03-08-2011--
Archeologists Find Unique Children's Things in Ruins of Gold Horde Capital
Astrakhan and Yoshkar Ola archeologists in the course of excavations of Sarai Batu situated near Selitrennoe Settlement of Kharabalinsky District of the Astrakhan Region have found rare finds that once belonged to a medieval child.
--02-08-2011--
Archeologists Find 12th Century Frescos in Kideksha
Archeologists have carried out excavations in Kideksha Village (Vladimir Region), the site of the Old Russian architecture monument Sts. Boris and Gleb Church.
--28-06-2011--
Oldest Cabaret Dug out in the Center of Moscow
In the course of works in the Triumphalnaya Square archeologists have found remains of a merchant house, the first Moscow cabaret below it, and even lower a premise where coachmen lived.
--01-06-2011--
Atlantis Lies Hidden under Ob Sea...?
Huge Novosibirsk Reservoir informally called the Ob Sea (Novosibirsk region) harbours lots of secrets, archeologists believe.
--31-05-2011--





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