We are much closer than you think!
Because of the Russian public holiday the Museum will be closed on June 9. On Monday June12 the Museum will be opened from 10am to 6pm. The ticket office will work till 5pm.
On June 1, at 04.00 p.m. the russian museum of ethnography w inaugurates new temporary exhibition “The plaid Clothes are beautiful and The striped clothes are gorgeous’’
In January 2015 the Norwegian Polar Institute organized an expedition on a research vessel Lance to determine the reasons of climate changes which had happened on the Earth. The vessel had frozen into the ice in the latitude of 83° N, 756km away from Northern Polar and 364km – from earth. She had passively drifted for 6 month. Lance settled in the thick floes (ice field) which had formed from palaeocrystallic ice. Due to strong steel and vessel’s form natural power of ice did not crush her, indeed, Lance weights several thousand tons. Ice could be very dangerous for the people on board, but for climate and eco-system ice is vitally important factor.
In 1922 the research officer of the Ethnographic Department of the Russian Museum D.A. Zolotarev undertook the one of the most notable integrated ethnographic expeditions of that time. The aim of the expedition was to continue work that had started in Tver Governorate in 1921.