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Slovak students learned about most famous museums in Russia


On June 2, 2021, employees of the Russian Center of the University of Presov held online classes for gymnasium students from Bitcha (Slovakia). The lectures were dedicated to the International Museum Day, which is celebrated on May 18 in many countries of the world.

Gabriela Turisova, a methodologist at the Russian Center in Presov, told the students about the most famous museums in Russia - the first Russian museum, the Kunstkamera, the Hermitage, the Russian Museum, the State Historical Museum, the Tretyakov Gallery, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Cosmonautics, the Victory Museum, the Museum of Amber in Kaliningrad, literary museums, etc. 

Students also recalled world famous museums around the world and unique Slovak museums - the Pushkin Literary Museum in Brodzany and the Kutuzov Museum in Rishnjovce.

At the end of the online lectures, the students checked their knowledge in a quiz.

Gabriela Turisova, Presov

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