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I think it's not a super super informative museum, but the lady in the museum tries to get you some nice pictures
+ museum lady took a lot of pictures for me without I'm asking for that, but it seems that she has some routine...More
Strange couple of rooms with pictures and sculptures made of birch bark. Neither particularly interesting nor attractive. However the Soviet museum located in the basement is another story and very, very worth the walk.
Following the attractive presentation on the website we went to visit this place. And it took a while to find it as there were no indicators on the street. It is located in a once pretty traditional house, now in a very poor condition. It...More
It is located in a traditional Siberian log house, which is an architectural monument protected by the government. The collection of the museum consists of over 400 works of art made of birch bark by 35 professional artists from Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo, Nizhniy Novgorod, Perm,...More