Popov Central Museum of Communications
This museum, located in a former palace of the post director, is one of the oldest of the kin in Russia. It is dedicated to Russian physician Alexander Popov (1859-1936). Professor at the Institute of electron technique of Saint Petersburg, he invented wireless Hertzian telegraphy.
The items displayed in the museum recount the history of the post and stamping. The museum also contains a collection of Russian stamps. It is also dedicated to the major inventions in the communication sector such as wireless telegraph.