7 The Moscow Polytechnical Museum

The Moscow Polytechnical Museum

Posted on May 23, 2011 by team


The Polytechnical museum in Moscow is one of the oldest science museums in the world. It was founded in 1872, now it displays a wide array of historical inventions and technological achievements, including humanoid automata of the 18th century and the first Soviet computers.

A brick treated with the first powerful Soviet laser LT-1 in the state national center “Trinity”.

Vladimir, Shatura-ancient Russian towns.

Malachite.

The cash register “Nationale”.

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7 Responses to “The Moscow Polytechnical Museum”

  1. Gaby says:

    Malachite is a stone? Looks so weird, where do you find it?

  2. zjoske says:

    some interesting stuff there

  3. banditrider says:

    Anyone else see a green alien in the malachite? Or am I out of it again? :)

  4. marxistworker says:

    I was admiring all the clocks and timepieces when all of a sudden Tsar Nicky II was gazing back at me. Not a good feeling.

  5. popalumi says:

    Imaginile de la Muzeul Politehnic mi-au oferit o calatorie virtuala impresionanta.

  6. Tracy Koval says:

    Interesting stuff but please give more information with the photographs. Thanks.

  7. Win says:

    Totally awesome.

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