For the first time the Russian museum of Ethnography presents objects revealing common and distinctive features of ethnic, territorial and ethno-confessional groups of the Tatars in Russia. The main part of the displayed collection is dated to late 19th – early 20th century.
DURING RUSSIAN HOLIDAYS MUSEUM WILL WORK ACCORDING TO THIS SCHEDULE
FEBRUARY 22 and MARCH 7 MUSEUM WORKS TILL 17:00, TICKET OFFICE TILL 16:00;
FEBRUARY 23 and MARCH 9 MUSEUM WORKS AS USUAL
CLOSED FEBRUARY 24 and MARCH 8
The international traveling exhibition “Uruguay in Guarani. Indigenous Missionary Presence” will be shown at the Russian Museum of Ethnography from February 3 to March 1, 2017.
For most of us the Arctic is an enigmatic “ice corner” of our planet with numerous shining white icebergs and ice covered seas, endless polar days and nights; it is the land of unlimited domain of the cold and the source of constant challenges to man, the place of self-sacrifices and achievements. It’s here, on the territory of extreme natural, cultural and value contrasts, where the hidden potential of culture, its flexibility and endurance emerge allowing man not only survive in hardly suitable for life environment, but make the Arctic a part of his cultural space.