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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2014. № 5. Part 1. P. 144-146. ISSN 1997-292X.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Culturology
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SPECIFICS OF FORMING THE EXPOSITION OF THE RUSSIAN AND EUROPEAN SKANSENS

Permilovskaya Anna Borisovna
Institute of North Ecological Problems of Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences


Abstract. The article deals with the specifics of forming the exposition of open-air museums taking into consideration the author’s experience on the formation of the museum of wooden architecture "Malye Korely" (1975-2002), scientific internships and conferences in the skansens of Russia and Western Europe. The architectural- ethnographic exposition of the museum represents national historical and cultural specifics, the traditional lifestyle of the ethnos. In the cultures of many states the open-air museum has a meaning of the symbol of the traditional culture of the country or region.
Key words and phrases: музей под открытым небом, архитектурно-этнографическая экспозиция, скансен, open-air museum, architectural-ethnographic exposition, skansen.
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