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Authentic place to learn about history and technology to make bread. Make your own flour! Try bliny made in wood burn oven. Many stand alone items on site. Have cash ready as it did nit take credit cards.
Various 'old' buildings reconstitution to figure out an old Tatar farm - well done, easy and accessible. A little bit of déception not to see real bread cooking, and the museum could desserve more space and objects gathering. But worth spending some time there to...More
We were attracted by the name "Museum of bread" & we thought that it would be a place, showing a history of bread making with some degustation. We were mistaken.
Since we were hungry we tried to get some snack first. There was a small...More
If you're in the area, you may as well pay the small entrance fee to have a wander round, there are a few videos of grain harvesting in the 70s in Tatarstan (I originally thought I was watching a much older video), some interesting (lovely...More