Museum in Russia home to spoons from 80 different countries | English News

Museum in Russia home to spoons from 80 different countries | English News

our next report gets you a glimpse of a lesser-known museum from a small town west of russia this museum in nitpa is home to 5000 kinds of spoons from 80 different countries yes you heard that right spoons here’s a look inside russia’s cutlery heaven did you know that there was a time when aluminum was more expensive than gold did you know that seashells were the early prototypes for spoons in the 18th century and did you know that there is a small town in russia that houses all of these treasures where you can learn about the genesis of a spoon well if you didn’t you’re in the right place the russian town of nipha is home to a spoon museum a museum that has 5 000 different types of spoons from 80 different countries for us it is a unique museum because it is being created by all visitors of the museum everyone who came to us once tries to bring something interesting to us on their next visit very many spoons were given to us by well-known people who having visited the museum were inspired by the theme and brought spoons from everywhere this everyday household item takes center stage here ornately decorated displays fashioned in line with the lavish rococo design of the 18th century the nitfa spoon museum charts the genesis and the evolution of spoons designs the production output was so small while the investments into it were so big that aluminium was more expensive than gold the first aluminium cutlery was made by a jeweler for the french emperor napoleon iii at one of the dinners his family was using the aluminium spoons with pride while the courtyards enviously looking at them use silver ones and gold plated the museum opened in 2003 as part of the nipper museum of local history the oldest spools at the museum date marked the period between 7 and 9 a.d from scoops to souvenirs to cutlery used during the wild wars the nipper museum boasts a varied display of cutlery donated to the museum by its visitors i have a spoon at home of a father who went through the whole war and the spoon looks like a trophy as the guy told us everybody has his or her personal spoon at war and this spoon had the surnames crashed on it bello brov a spoon is probably the smallest and the most straightforward receptacle but don’t be fooled they in fact take up to 40 technological processes to produce you heard it right 40. visitors to the museum can learn all about the process and production of spoons here you’d think that a museum for an item like a spoon may not get a lot of food falls but you’ve been mistaken because the nippa museum gets about 15 000 visitors annually the more you know bureau report we on wild is one we on world is one is now available in your country download the app now and get all the news updates on the move
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