Located in Moscow, Russia, the Orlov Museum of Palaeontology, found in Moscow in 1937 and named after Yuri Alexandrovich Orlov, is one of the oldest museums that features amazing archaeological specimens of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals. For various reasons the museum was closed and then reopened to the general public. The last reopening of the museum was in 1987 after the government granted 2 million rubles to the construction of it prior to that.
Today the museum features wonderful structures of prehistoric animals. For paleontology enthusiasts, this museum is a joy trip like none other. Check out the following pictures and see for yourself the stunning dinosaur structures showcased in the museum.
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Photos Taken by AD®