The exhibition is located in three halls of the Grodekovo Museum historical building.
Christmas Eve is a magical time during the winter holidays. This period is always unchanging; it begins the night before Christmas and ends the night before Epiphany.
Even famous artists were not always accurate in their depictions of animals. In their paintings, you might see a lion that looks like a dog, an ermine the size of a ferret, or a cat with a human face.
The first most popular surprising fact about dinosaurs: they are not all extinct. Indeed, it is difficult to recognize a descendant of a dinosaur in a chicken. Second: here in the Far East, their fossil remains are being found and studied.
Nostalgia for the Soviet New Year.
An informative story about kindergartens in the Soviet Union. Mikhail Terekhov tells what children did, how they prepared for school, what they played at, and how they congratulated their mothers.
Finift is the Russian name for the French notion of enamel, a folk art craft, miniature enamel painting.
Natalia Sergeevna Pozina, Deputy Director General for Research, Exposition and Exhibition Activities of the Grodekovo Museum, tells us.