A selection of museums and exhibitions for the World Recycling Day has appeared on Ruspass

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The travel service Russpass has prepared a special material for the World Recycling Day, which is celebrated on November 15. The selection will tell you where you can hand over unnecessary things for recycling and see impressive art objects from recycled materials in Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Kaluga, Omsk and Chelyabinsk.

Visitors can immerse themselves in the intricacies of recycling plastic, aluminum, glass and electronic waste and see a show where, in front of the audience, bottle caps will turn into branded badges of the center.

There are boxes for collecting books, clothes, medicines and blisters from them. During a walk through the territory of the creative cluster, you can see art objects that novice designers have created from recycled materials.

The Art Museum in the Kaluga Region, which can be reached from Moscow in just a couple of hours, is more than 600 art objects and installations that demonstrate how garbage in the hands of artists turns into art.

Plastic is the main character of the exhibition of the Moscow Design Museum, which runs until December 11, located in the Omsk Museum of Fine Arts named after M.A. Vrubel. The exhibition contains items created by Russian and foreign designers from recycled plastic, including shoppers, vases, school pencil cases and roof tiles.

#Nemuseimusora is a network of museums in Moscow, Yekaterinburg and Chelyabinsk, each site accepts up to 100 types of secondary raw materials. This is a great opportunity to properly get rid of unnecessary things. And at the master classes, those who wish can make eco-friendly gifts and home decor.

The digital travel service Russpass helps you quickly and easily plan a trip to Russia. This is possible thanks to the wide functionality, which includes 27 services and services. On Russpass you can book a hotel, buy train and air tickets, book a table in a restaurant and much more. The service allows you to create an individual route for selected tourist locations in a few clicks or use a ready-made offer. There are 5.5 thousand travel offers available on Russpass across the regions of Russia.

Russpass was developed on the initiative of the Moscow Government. The implementation of the project is supervised by the Committee on Tourism of the city of Moscow together with the Moscow Department of Information Technology.


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