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Siberia Taltsy Museum of wooden architectura

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  • SiberiaTaltsy Museum of wooden architectura

  • Open in 1980, the Taltsy museum is conveniently situated on the road between Lake Baikal and IrkustIt show houses and way of life in Siberia , some were built from larch tree, more than 300 years ago, without nails

  • It is an attempt to preserve the old Siberian, pre-russian architecture

  • The territory of the museum occupies an area of 67 hectares.

  • The old buildings have been saved from different parts of Siberia

  • There are more than 40 historical-architectural monuments and about 9,000 items which are of significant historical value

  • Some of them were rescued when the water of Angara river rose due to the built hydropower plant

  • The exhibition gives an idea of conditions of life and cultural features of peoples who inhabited the Baikal region in 19th - beginning of 20th centuries

  • A Guardian..quite interested in choose music to listen

  • Kazanskaya chapel of former Ilimsk fortress (1667-1679)

  • To know how people used to live in Siberia, you can see this place. It focuses on Russians people

  • A classroom from a parish-school dating from year 1800

  • Visitors to the museum can walk the museum grounds, stopping in at each building to see tools, clothes, furniture, and other everyday objects from past centuries of Eastern Siberian village life

  • It gives a picture how people used to live and survive in this wilderness

  • During the summer, there are cafe and antique shop work on the territory of the museum

  • . The museum is located in a picturesque place on the right bank of the Angara River

  • Mostly visitors are from Russia

  • [email protected] Museum of wooden architecture in the open air Taltsy is opened every day from 10.00 to 4.00 in winter, from 10.00 to 6.00 in summer. During the summer, there are cafe and antique shop work on the territory of the museumMusic: Mix of Russian folk with a song by Ivan Rebroff