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Zoological Museum of Moscow state University. M. V. Lomonosov is the oldest and largest University Museum in Russia. Founded in 1791 as the Cabinet of natural history at the Moscow Imperial University. By the end of the 19th century the number of...more
Don’t let bad review discourage you from going here. It is worth spending time if you are keen on animal in science way.
It has a very good collection. Many are endemic and rare or even endanger species.
Stuffed animal were very well posture. and...More
This is less like a museum and more like an old building where taxidermy took place. It was interesting to see. Nothing is in English here but Google translate worked well enough to at least know what some of the more obscure stuff was. I...More
Been there in the summer with my husband and father-in-law as a kind of reminiscence of times, when they used to go there quite often, because my husband simply loved it. Unfortunately, they confirmed it stayed quite the same after 20 years which can be...More
This is one of my favourite museums, but unfortunately people from here don't find it interesting as it isn't modern. I normally bring here my foreign friends and they stay quite amazed with it. This museum has a great old fashioned sovietic spirit and contains...More
A nice collection of fossils, bones, (well-made) taxidermy animals and stuff in jars. It's a big collection but it's jammed in close together. There is unfortunately usually no information other than the name of the species and no English translations. It's good for kids (that...More