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Oil museum VDNH

 

Talking about fun stuff. My husband did several museums projects and he is about to do some more. I am very excited because a) it's fun b) it's extra money to enjoy whatever c) I get to go to the museums because we need to. That was the main reason to visit the museum of oil located in VDNH, Moscow. And it's also super close to the climbing center we have a pass to. It was so much fun! The whole museum is interactive and you get to touch, move, look, put on or scan everything. It gives a lot of information on usage of oil (and it's actually a lot wider than I have thought before). Shows a lot of information regarding actual mining and transportation of oil as well manufacturing with oil. I l absolutely loved the time capsule in the museum and information from interactive book with usage of oil in various ancient cultures (the book it self is not that good by the way, they show text information with a flow, text changes but it is self for a very low reading speed, it is a bit boring to wait). We were alone in the museum which I personally loved but it also left me a little sad as people where not that interested in visiting this wonderful spot.




I wore comfortable jeans and a crop top knitted sweater. I felt stylish and very comfortable especially taking my muscles tired after couple of hours climbing. I didn't want anything to squeeze my body (especially after my climbing shoes). Also check out my brooch: it's a gift from my yoga teacher.


I was wearing:
befree jeans
Jil Sander boots (and yes I am tired of them also and I only I finally can wear something else because it is finally warm-ish here)
brooch gifted by my yoga teacher
not branded sweater of 18 years old (at least)
Uniqlo mask and protective gloves per Moscow law (I took the mask off for couple of photos because there were nobody around and I wanted a better shot)

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Needless to say, I love museums, even those with a scientific and technical value like this one, then it seems interactive to me and this is one of the most beautiful things!

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    1. I agree. I like art but science is even better for me

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  2. How wonderful! This looks like such a fun experience. It has been a very long time since I was able to visit a museum so this was really nice to read about. Love your outfit also. Those jeans are super cute!
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  3. I've never visited a oil museum but it looks so cool WOW It looks like you had such a good time. Thanks for sharing your experince. I'd like too. - Paolo

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  4. Otherwise, I like to visit museums, but I would never think of going to an oil museum. Thank you for taking us through this article on this tour, after reading it it sounds interesting.
    The outfit is super cool too.
    Friendly greeting,
    Nina

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  5. A museum of oil, that's definitely unique! I miss going to these places and just discover more interesting facts about other stuff. Thanks for sharing your experience with us!

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  6. Wonderful to see how an oil museum looks like , nice captures and the outfit looks very comfortable and cool.

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  7. You look like you had so much fun! I miss being able to go out and eat out with family and friends.

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  8. That's such a fun idea! And I love the fit.

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  9. Looks like such an interesting plant - albeit, I'm not sure if it's a good idea taking off the mask for the pix....

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    1. well, basically the museum is huge and were the only people there at day (counting all the time of working hours) but 2 people who work there. there were over 10 meter between me without a mask and other person if you disregard the wall between us.

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  10. I love exploring museums. It has been awhile since I have gone to one. It looks like you had an amazing time!

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  11. Love the look of that museum - interactive displays are so good for learning without even noticing!

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  12. I loove your outfit, it looks so comfy. And that's really unique, an oil museum! The interior alone looks so interesting already.

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  13. I love finding museums on trips that I go to and also use museums as a reason to take a trip. I don't know if I could do all that climbing but you look great and comfortable.

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  14. I wish I was there to have fun too, everything is looking so pretty.

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  15. I love visiting museums especially the interactive ones. An oil museum sounds very interesting.

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  16. What a fun place to visit!! I love a good museum there is one near my house that i just love!! super interactive

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  17. This looks like such a fun and unique place to visit. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  19. An interactive oil museum... interesting. You sure did have a good time. Nice outfit.

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  20. After reading the wonderful accounts of your experience at the museum, and seeing the pics, all I can say is: I wish I was in your shoes :)

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  21. Oh wow, what an amazing museum, never been to an oil museum before, how interesting.

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  22. What a cool place. I still really like your boots!

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  23. That looks like an interesting museum to visit! Interactive museums are so much fun to visit. Love that brooch from your yoga teacher! What a thoughtful gift. And well done on always being active and climbing (for several hours!!!)

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  24. The museum of oil looks like it would be a ton of fun! I'm a big fan of interactive museums and classes, because I learn the best that way. It keeps my attention. I can easily see why you enjoyed it so much!

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  25. You look really comfortable and stylish at the same time!

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  26. Oh we love a good museum visit that is for sure. Looks like you had a great time and probaly learnt alot too x

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  27. This looks like such a fun museum to visit! How cool that your husband gets to work in these kinds of places for his job. Due to the pandemic, I haven't been in a museum for ages, but will definitely seek out some unique ones like this once we're able to go again.

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  28. Very interesting museum to visit. I didn't know anything existed like this before. Would certainly love a visit. As usual you are just aptly dressed for the occasion.

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  29. It does look like a fun museum to visit, it's nice you got to enjoy your time there and explore at your own pace as it wasn't crowded. So nice your husband gets to work in places like this!

    Thanks so much for joining the #WeekdayWearLinkup! Hope you are having a good weekend. The rain has stopped here so we went out to one of the unflooded trails in the neighbourhood yesterday :)

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  30. This museum differs from other ones I've ever seen :) I haven't heard about such kind of musem. It's really interesting and looks amazing :)

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  31. What an amazing looking place! I have never heard of an oil museum in my life. I guess it makes sense to have one so we get to know more about oil.

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  32. Wow! This looks really fun. I love the museums that are interactive as it makes the visit more memorable. Thank you for sharing about your trip.

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