So this very first exhibit marked the beginning of our School Museum...
and we should carry on then!
Rulers of England on the rulers. This is a great sense of humor!:)
An English-Russian Dictionary, 1923. There are 12000 words on 995 pages printed on the finest tissue paper. Its height is 4 cm, width is 3,5 cm and it is 2 cm thick!
These exhibits are taken from a real apartment on Baker Street 221B.
A horseshoe from the Royal Mews. It is a present from our English friends.
Many thanks indeed!
We brought this kilt from the UK some years ago. We didn't know exactly why.:)
The history of Scottish kilts goes back to the 16th century.
Today Scottish Kilts are not for bagpipe player men and royal guards only.
Anyone can wear a kilt on any occasion.
A silver knight's cup from the White Tower of the Tower of London.
How long ago that trip was!:)
This English box of matches is a hundred years old! Just imagine how one century ago one mistress of the house lit them to kindle a wood-burning stove or a fireplace...)!