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Museum of Energy in Khabarovsk received interactive exhibits
The energy museum in Khabarovsk has been renovated and re-exposed by the fourth anniversary of its creation, according to JSC DGK. Today the museum has a multimedia stand, and some of the exhibits have acquired interactivity. At the time of its creation, the fund consisted of 245 units; by now it has grown several times and reached about 1200 objects.
Recently, the museum received an operating model of the steam engine Stirling with a dynamo-car and a lamppost of lighting. This is a real miracle of engineering thought of the late nineteenth century, reproduced in detail, works on alcohol and can drive various mechanisms, turn on the lamp in the lighting column attached to the model.
The museum is an interesting object, both for specialists and for ordinary visitors and tourists. His exposition tells the story of the formation and development of energy in the Far East from the end of the 19 century to the present day. The creation of the museum was carried out under the guidance of specialists of the Khabarovsk Regional Museum. N.I. Grodekov, who developed his concept, carried out a deep research work, contributing to the creation of a professional and rich exposure.