Arctic and Antarctic Museum
The Arctic and Antarctic Museum's special feature is that it is hosted in a disused church from the 19th century. Shut down in 1931, it used to be dedicated to Saint Nicolas.
Created in 1937, the museum initiated from the Institutes of Research on the Arctic and Antarctic. Today it is divided into three sections: ”Nature of the Arctic”, ”History of Research and development of the road to the Northern Sea” and ”Antarctic” dedicated to the nature of this part of the world often considered as the ”sixth continent”.