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Museum of Famous Traveller Senkevich to Open in Moscow
15.03.2007 11:54
Museum of Famous Traveller Senkevich to Open in Moscow

A museum of the famous Russian traveler and TV host Yuri Senkevich (1937-2003) will be open in Moscow.
      
      The museum collection will display not only personal belongings and photos of the illustrious traveller and scientist, but also the exposition on history of exploring the Arctic zone, Antarctica and the World Ocean.
      
      The Travellers Club hosted by Senkevich for thirty years was registered in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest Russian TV programme. Its first host and creator was Vladimir Shneiderov (1900-1973).
      
      The museum will open at the address: 11/3, Seleznevskaya Str., Moscow
      
      Source: rian.ru and tvtravel.ru
      


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