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The museum covers Ukrainian history from prehistoric times to the present day. Ancient stone idols and burials, Scythian gold, peasant life, the Cossacks who played such an important role, the Russian conquest and the way Catherine the Great and her ministers tried to shape the...More
This well-planned museum has exhibits from the prehistoric times through to the 20th century. There are many photographs and articles of clothing as well as various artifacts.
However, the highlight is the carriage that carried Catherine the Great into the city in
This museum is one of the most interesting places in Dnepr. The collection of the exhibits in it is unique. You can find the artifacts belonging to the earliest centuries of history up to the contemporary ones. The region is very rich in history so...More
This museum covers from the prehistoric era up to the present. Artifacts are clearly labeled in Ukrainian/Russian as well as English and staf are knowledgeable although not always able to speak much English. Plan for at least two hours!
I am a bit of a connoisseur of historical museums in post-Soviet backwaters. Some are real gems. This is one of them and one of my favorites. I visited it 10 years ago and made sure to visit again on another trip to Dnipro. It...More
Industrial Revolution has sparked a chain reaction of the development and advancement of the automobile and machinery industries around the world. Here at this museum is no different because it depicts a lot of old styled trains, cars, and other convenient forms of automobiles around!...More
there is history by antiquel times to the modern time, one of the oldest richest museum of Ukraine, utensils, dishes, ornaments of the ancient Scythian burial mounds, a peasant clothing, household items more recent times, the exposure urban development in Dnepropetrovsk