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Electronic guides for visitors to Nesvizh Museum-Reserve
By Yekaterina Antokhina
Five electronic information panels are to be placed around the estate, guiding visitors find the cafe, restaurant, entrance or exit, or to learn about the displays in each hall.
“The Radziwills’ interior is rich, so we can’t always copy items or place everything on show at once,” explains the Deputy Director of the Nesvizh National Historical-Cultural Museum-Reserve, Natalia Zherko. “The electronic panels are to help visitors learn about those things they can’t see.”
These unusual guides, which look like electronic terminals, are being presented by Alpari Company. Currently, they are only Russian and Belarusian-speaking, but later, will present information in English, German and Polish.