Tourists will be able to see archaeological objects in their historic locations.
A new archaeological museum is soon opening in the Moscow Kremlin, Interfax reported, quoting Dmitry Sergeyev, general director of the Grabar Art Conservation Centre.
According to Sergeyev, they have already decided on the concept for the museum, its layout and the list of items to be on display. Tourists will be able to see archaeological finds in their natural locations, as traditional exhibitions will be complemented by multimedia content. The opening date of the new museum hasn't been announced yet.