Kazakh Embassy in Moscow Unveils Virtual Exhibit For Internet Museum Goers

A brand new exhibit was placed on the premises of the former residence of Nursultan Nazarbayev near Chistye Prudy in Moscow.

Photo credit: Otyrar.kz.

Among the exhibits are Vladimir Putin’s personal hockey stick with his autograph, photos from Dmitry Medvedev’s personal archive from Kazakhstan and Boris Yeltsin’s tennis racket.

The museum has six rooms. One of them displays exhibits related to the Great Patriotic War and the participation of citizens from Kazakhstan in the war effort.

Another exposition is dedicated to Kazakhstan-Russian cooperation in the field of space exploration.

The museum at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Moscow has been operating for three years, it was opened on the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. This year had a virtual online exhibit because of the coronavirus quarantine. 

More than a thousand online excursionists decided to pay the website a visit.

 

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